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Server Check v0.2

By Byrne Reese
Posted October 10, 2008, in Utilities.

Details

The Server Check plugin for Movable Type provides a super basic CGI script that when accessed will produce the output:

SERVER_CHECK_OK

This allows external monitors to confirm that the MT installation is in place, the MT code base is loading, and it can connect to the database. It also includes a plain text file to place in mt-static to confirm that mt-static exists and is loading properly.

Installation

  1. Move the ServerCheck plugin directory to the MT plugins directory.
  2. Move the ServerCheck mt-static directory to the mt-static/plugins directory.

Should look like this when installed:

$MT_HOME/
    plugins/
        ServerCheck/
            (plugin files here)
    mt-static/
        plugins/
            ServerCheck/
                (plugin static files here)

Support

This plugin is not an official Six Apart release, and as such support from Six Apart for this plugin is not available.

License

GPL


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3 Comments

MeganeBradly

MeganeBradly on May 31, 2017, 9:20 a.m. Reply

What was the algorithm of check? In school I used to pay for essays, so I know little about it.

MeganeBradly

MeganeBradly on May 31, 2017, 9:21 a.m. Reply

What was the algorithm of check? In school I used to pay for essays, so I know little about it.

MeganeBradly

MeganeBradly on May 31, 2017, 9:22 a.m. Reply

What was the algorithm of check? In school I used to ask for help at http://payforessays.org/, so I know little about it.

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Byrne Reese

Byrne Reese was previously the Product Manager of Movable Type at Six Apart, where he had also held positions as the Manager of Platform Technology and Product Manager for TypePad. Byrne is a huge supporter of the Movable Type user and developer community. He dedicates much of his time to promoting and educating people about Movable Type as well as building the tools and plugins for Movable Type that are showcased on Majordojo. He contributes regularly to open source; and he is an advocate for open protocols and standards like Atom and OpenID.

Website: http://profile.typekey.com/byrnereese