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Server Load for android 2.1

Server is widgets for that retrieve your current server load and display it on a on your android screen, you can add more widgets for each server. The will update every 30 min to display your server’s current average load. Check the php example for extracting your servers’ current load.

on Galaxy s2

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php file ex:

<?php
$load = getServerLoad();

if( $load !== NULL ){
    $load = explode(' ', $load['load']);
    echo $load[0];
}

function getServerLoad(){
    $os=strtolower(PHP_OS);
    if(strpos($os, 'win') === false){
        if(file_exists('/proc/loadavg')){
            $load = file_get_contents('/proc/loadavg');
            $load = explode(' ', $load, 1);
            $load = $load[0];
        }elseif(function_exists('shell_exec')){
            $load = explode(' ', `uptime`);
            $load = $load[count($load)-1];
        }else{
            return NULL;
        }

        if(function_exists('shell_exec'))
            $_count = shell_exec('cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor | wc -l');        

        return array('load'=>$load, 'procs'=>$_count);
    }else{
        if(class_exists('COM')){
            $wmi=new COM('WinMgmts:\\\\.');
            $cpus=$wmi->InstancesOf('Win32_Processor');
            $load=0;
            $_count=0;
            if(version_compare('4.50.0', PHP_VERSION) == 1){
                while($ = $cpus->Next()){
                    $load += $->LoadPercentage;
                    $_count++;
                }
            }else{
                foreach($cpus as $){
                    $load += $->LoadPercentage;
                    $_count++;
                }
            }
            return array('load'=>$load, 'procs'=>$_count);
        }
        return NULL;
    }
    return NULL;
}

?>


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