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  • RE: in a docker container


    We've tried a number of different ways to have a free version and earn enough to keep the service going.

    We are always open to ideas but developers and resources aren't free, all of it is expensive and incredibly time consuming so we need to bring in some income.

    We do keep it inexpensive as possible and the free version seems to work for most people which is how we came up with the pricing.

    Always open to ideas of course.

    posted in Linux
  • RE: in a docker container

    @peachy said in in a docker container:


    Yes, there is a small subscription fee for Extended reports. Development hours on this project are insane and costly.

    I've upgraded that agent to help in your development effort so please don't delete that agent :).

    You'll see it's sending pings and if you enable speed testing, you should see that too. Once you have outages, you'll see those.

    Can you expand on how to fixed the problem ''.

    posted in Linux
  • RE: in a docker container

    @peachy Let's see what's happening. Can you share the agent ID please.

    posted in Linux
  • RE: in a docker container



    Have you had any luck with this?
    Were you able to solve the other problem that you mentioned for another post?

    posted in Linux
  • RE: in a docker container

    Hi, running the same against our Linux version on Centos 8, I get the following.

    # ldd otm_1.67.2104_linux
   => /lib64/ (0x00007f47a4aa0000)
   => /lib64/ (0x00007f47a470b000)
   => /lib64/ (0x00007f47a4389000)
   => /lib64/ (0x00007f47a4171000)
   => /lib64/ (0x00007f47a3dac000)
            /lib64/ (0x00007f47a4cc0000)

    I suspect it is because our Linux version was built on Centos 7.6.1810.

    On our Aarch64 version;

    # ldd otm_aarch64
   => /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ (0x0000007faef73000)
   => /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ (0x0000007faed8e000)
   => /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ (0x0000007faece1000)
   => /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ (0x0000007faecbd000)
   => /usr/lib/aarch64-linux-gnu/ (0x0000007faeb4a000)
            /lib/ (0x0000007faefe1000)

    Unfortunately, our dev that works on the agents has been sick for a while, we are unable to provide much more information right now.

    I don'k know if there is a work around for something like this.
    On the other issue, can you start a new post when you're ready with that test and we'll certainly try to help.

    posted in Linux
  • Software versions and notes
    Operating system Version Known to run on
    Aarch 64 1.67.2104 / 1.67.2106 (ARM 64) Cortex-A53, Pi 3A, 3B+, 4,
    Ar71xx 1.67.2104 GL.Inet AR150, AR300
    Ar71xx 1.54.1706 , 4MB TP-Link TL-WR703N
    Linux 1.67.2104 Centos, Debian, Ubunut 7,8
    Ramips 1.67.2104 OutagesIO Hardware agent
    Windows 1.69.2106 7,8,All versions of 10 if fully updated

    This post is a work in progress in wanting to come up with a useful matrix explaining the various versions that we offer and the differences between each.

    This post should not be used as correct information at this time until this notice is removed.

    posted in Release notes / new features
  • RE: Software agent speedtest upload speed is 0


    We are looking into this now.

    If we can get some info that could help.
    We notice that agent ID's 128309, 128313, 128316, 128389 are all at the same address. Are these all using the same router/firewall?

    We also see they all seem to have different speeds.

    Only the 128309 is sending uploads so is it possible that operating systems have different Build versions (update)?

    posted in Windows
  • RE: Hardware/Software agent experience


    Happy to hear it's gotten better. It's odd that a VPN would make that difference since those packets still have to travel over the providers network. However, based on what you said above and using a VPN, it sounds like the issue is partly a bad DNS service on your providers part.

    posted in OutagesIO features
  • RE: "Manage -> Reset" reset agent to non-paid version


    Hi, that definitely is a bug.
    It must have been introduced over the last few days we are are constantly working in the background.

    I'll ask a dev to fix this right now and we'll look into what happened.

    Thank you for letting us know.

    posted in OutagesIO features
  • Monitor Your Internet With Ubuntu Desktop Or Server

    If you run a Ubuntu desktop or server, you can easily install the OutagesIO Internet monitoring agent to constantly monitor your connection.

    Here is a link to the article on our marketing site.

    Monitor Your Internet With Ubuntu Desktop Or Server

    posted in Articles and services related posts