[Twisted-Python] Monitoring Application
entrash at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 25 13:07:39 MDT 2013
Thanks for the pointer, seems that it can do what I need.
> Date: Sat, 24 Aug 2013 09:14:15 -1000
> From: werner at thieprojects.ch
> To: twisted-python at twistedmatrix.com
> Subject: Re: [Twisted-Python] Monitoring Application
> On 8/24/13 5:41 AM, entrash hotmail wrote:
> > Hello,
> > just started using Twisted and don't know how to manage communications
> > in a monitoring application I'm building for Windows environment.
> > I'm building an application where various client machines will be
> > receiving real-time updates on the status of multiple servers (CPU/RAM
> > usage, tasks running, ...). Clients should also be able to send commands
> > to server machines (Start/Stop task, Shut down, Reboot, ...)
> > What protocol should I use? I managed to get something running from a
> > simple Echo server sample, but I guess it's not the best curse of action
> > as I could end up having 10 machines establishing a connection every few
> > seconds to each of the 20 or so servers we have.
> > Is there a sample of a similar setup I could follow?
> In such situations I would have a go at it with twisted/spread. I don't
> have a sample for what you describe, but use spread for machine/process
> monitoring and control in a game server environment. (see thread on this
> list from some weeks ago)
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