Servedat Status

To query the version and run-time status of a servedat server, ping its DNS name or IP address.  If the server is running on a port other than 8080, include that as well.

mtping <address>[:port]

For example:

host-14# mtping ACT_IDSTR ( Response 0 of 200 bytes after 0 repeats in 1ms (Version 2/0): servedat - 1.15.0 July 2013 - DEI, DOC-1.15.0 MTP-osx-3.15.11 811 00000001: ExpeDat-1.15A Data Expedition Inc., Server Statistics (11400): Name: servedat Version: 1.15.0 Platform: osx Clock: Fri Aug 2 15:52:23 2013 Clock Skew: 0 seconds Delimiter: / Load: Current: 0, MaxConfig: 2, MaxStart: 2, TotalStart: 205 Capacity: 10 Up Time: 1.28 weeks Config Time: 4.12 days Idle Time: 44.4 minutes Errors: Errors 0, Failures: 0, Warnings: 0, Denials: 1

The fields displayed may vary depending on the server version and configuration.

Name Name of the server application.
Version Component version of the server application.
Platform Platform specifier of the server operating system.
Clock Server's current time, expressed in the local timezone of the system running mtping.
Clock Skew Difference between Clock and the local system time.  Note that high network latency may cause this to display ±1 even if the clocks are perfectly synchronized.  See "System Clock Accuracy" for important information about keeping clocks accurate.
Delimiter Path delimiter the server will use in directory listings.
Load Number of concurrent transactions currently running, highest value since the last configuration change, the highest value since server startup, and the total number of transactions attempted since startup.
Up Time Time since the server was started.
Config Time Time since the last configuration change.
Idle Time Time since the last transaction.
Errors Number of server errors, transaction failures, warnings, and transaction rejections since startup.  See the servedat Monitoring section for details.

Note that a query via mtping does not count as a transaction for the purposes of server capacity or idle.

This same information can be retrieved in a machine friendly format with the Response Output option -r.