HSLAB HTTP Monitor Lite

HSLAB HTTP Monitor Lite 1.16.211.2012

HSLAB HTTP Monitor Lite

License:Freeware
Platform:WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows Media Center Edition 2005, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise x64
Added:2010-12-20
Updated:2012-02-15 07:55:08
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Real-time monitoring and statistics for Apache HTTP server.

HSLAB HTTP Monitor is a complete solution for visualization of the connections and performance data for Apache servers Web in real time. The information is collects remotely, the server and the HTTP Monitor can works in different places without any restrictions. This software connects to the Web server and receives from it the information about connections (sessions) by the current moment.
Using HSLAB HTTP Monitor you can see all user's connections to each virtual server both as a queries tree and as the table. Review of extended statistics of requested documents in graphical representation and as a tree of documents also is available. You can view of documents allocation by pages, images, files and other documents.
HSLAB HTTP Monitor uses an options of Apache web server on display it's connections statistics.
The statistical information turns out from the server using HTTP requests and processed by the program for visualization.

Connections statistics:
-Server's connections graph;
-Server's connections tree with all virtual servers on this host;
-All opened documents / files for each virtual host.

Besides the statistical information concerning directly the server and operational system is displayed:
-The server version and operation system type;
-Time of last restart of the server;
-Server uptime;
-Number of requests for this time and full traffic;
-Number of requests per second, volume of the information per second and average volume of the request;
-System processor performance counters.