[Red5] Admin Panel
Martijn van Beek
martijn.vanbeek at gmail.com
Sat Jun 30 07:08:22 EDT 2007
Thanks for the feedback. I have no internet connection at the moment at home
(thanks KPN) I'm at my folks now to abuse their connection. But I'm much
further than yesterday. I've implemented much more statistics (IConnection
gives stats about bytes and messages) and the UI is improved much more (Flex
I will post my code Monday for sure. So carl if we get together after Monday
we could look at a code merge or something.
My purpose is to create a more efficient admin panel than Adobe delivers
with Flash Media Server.
My app shows realtime stats but the possibility to show charts of past data
would be awesome!
Martijn van Beek
On 6/30/07, Dan Rossi <spam at electroteque.org> wrote:
> Hi carl
> Carl Sziebert wrote:
> > Hey Martijn:
> > I've started on an admin panel as well, but yours looks to be further
> > along (and has a better UI). Nice job! I'd suggest you review the
> > following documentation for the updates to the API to support the
> > admin panel.
> > Carl
> "f we need to show the CPU and RAM usage, we'll have to figure out how
> to get that. Unless there is something I am missing, Java can only give
> us information as it relates to the current JVM (number of processors,
> memory consumed, etc.)."
> I think alot of your stats merges with what I was attempting to retrieve
> in the W3C logging which I'm hoping I get help to work out. To my
> knowledge there is no way yet to get the stats in the statistics impl of
> the subscribed stream file, and the bytes sent method doesnt return
> properly so you cant get the bandwidth yet unless it has already been
> fixed. As for cpu / memory I made an attempt in my logging system to
> extract the CPU times and memory used using the Runtime class, Take a
> look im not sure if its exactly correct though.
> I think both you guys should work together on this, it would be nice if
> there was a standard admin as im being forced currently to get some
> people to try and use jconsole which isnt connecting properly for some
> reason, though im not really sure if it has to be in flex, it could just
> be a jsp control panel aswell in fact it might be faster if it was :)
> I'd like to be involved in working out the correct stats data for both
> our systems then. It would be nice if there was a standard access
> logging system which could be customised and extended like a framework
> but there isnt , it involves log4j hacks.
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