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.
host-14# mtping dataexpedition.com ACT_IDSTR dataexpedition.com (220.127.116.11:8080) 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., DataExpedition.com 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.