Server Remote is a Linux server monitoring app for iPhone & iPod Touch that talks to your server via SSH protocol.
Connect to your server via SSH and query standard Linux procfs to retrieve system stats, with all your passwords securely stored in your iPhone's keychain.
You can monitor more than one server in one screen, allowing you to have a bird's eye view on all your servers, anywhere, anytime.
Load & Memory Gauge
The built-in mini terminal allows you to run custom commands anytime. Ever wish you could run 'ps ax | grep thin'? you can do it right within Server Remote.
- What devices does Server Remote support?
- Server Remote runs on iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3Gs and iPod Touch (1st & 2nd Generation). Server Remote requires iPhone OS 3.0 or higher.
- How does Server Remote get the server statistics?
- Server Remote retrieves server stats by querying procfs, it issues commands like 'cat /proc/uptime' and 'cat /proc/meminfo'.
- Do I need to install software on my server?
- No, you just need a SSH enabled account with read permission to /proc.
- What authentication methods does Server Remote support?
- Server Remote only supports SSH password authentication at the current stage, public key & keyboard-interactive authentication methods are planned in future release.
- What stats does Server Remote support?
Server Remote reports system uptime, load averages, physical memory usage and swap usage, more stats are planed in future release.
You can always run your own command on the server via the built-in mini terminal if you need some custom stats.
- What Linux distros does Server Remote support?
- As long as you Linux server has procfs mounted on /proc, it should be supported.