[Seaside] Monitoring how many users are logged in to a
jfitzell at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 09:06:32 UTC 2009
Yeah, I've never seen a solution posted for that, though obviously you
could easily roll your own: just implement a simple request handler
that answers every request with the current number of sessions and
then, as you say, ping that periodically with a script.
I've occasionally thought of trying to get SNMP working with
Squeak/Seaside which would definitely be able to provide this sort of
information but it's never come high enough up my priority list (and
would be overkill for the simple piece of information you're looking
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 10:50 PM, Rick Flower <rickf at ca-flower.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the clarification guys.. I guess I chose a poor set of
> words.. Ideally, I guess it would be nice to know the current
> overall session count (across all Squeak/VW instances) and that sort
> of thing.. Ultimately, this sounds like something perhaps only
> Apache might have some visibility into since it works as the virtual
> traffic cop of sorts.. I guess you could write a script to ping each
> Squeak/VW instance and ask it how many sessions its chewing on..?
> Hmm.. Obviously something I'll have to think about further.. (8->
> -- Rick
> On Thu, January 29, 2009 1:19 pm, Boris Popov wrote:
>> He probably just wants to count all sessions that hadn't expired either
>> by virtue of enough time passing or someone hitting the logout button.
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>> Subject: Re: [Seaside] Monitoring how many users are logged in to a
>>>>>>> "Rick" == Rick Flower <rickf at ca-flower.com> writes:
>> Rick> I was just thinking that it would be nice to know how many (and if
>> Rick> any) people are connected to a particular Seaside web-app from an
>> Rick> admin point of view..
>> People aren't "connected". They make correlated hits.
>> There is no interaction between hits. And you cannot possibly know if
>> I'm still looking at the same page, about to make another hit, or not.
>> So, what do *you* mean by "logged in"?
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