[App_rpt-users] CSV File of Active Nodes

HB9EYQ hb9eyq at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 03:16:27 EST 2015


Very nice, what is the data source?

-Larry

> On 22.11.2015, at 21:24, Bryan D. Boyle <bdboyle at bdboyle.com> wrote:
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> 
> excellent starting point...and close, but with some hacking on my part...
> 
> Thanks!
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> Bryan
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>> On Nov 22, 2015, at 05:23, larry <larry at n7fm.com> wrote:
>> 
>> Bryan,
>> 
>> I have a PHP script that I run in a local linux terminal as well as a version on my web site for a few friends to use. http://www.n7fm.com/allstar_node_info.php 
>> Gives an idea. Not a beautiful display but works to keep track of certain nodes without needing to hunt through the master list to check an individual status.
>> I need to create a better display layout but never seem to find the time. Projects, mine and others never end. Finish one have 2 more waiting.
>> 
>> Don't know if something along this line would work for you or if you were looking for a main CVS file that only has a list with only connected nodes to search rather than all that are online? The script does not display ALL nodes connected. It uses a list (Array) of your selected node numbers. Stripping the status of each node in the array from the master list. It displays the connection status of those particular nodes.
>> 
>> Friends and I have Allstar nodes on our different repeaters as well as some links that we need to keep a check on their status. 
>> 
>> I got tired jumping all over the main file to check them.  With multiple servers scattered about that became a pain. My son listening to me whine wrote me a script that checks the status of each node I add to an array.  Nothing fancy but it lets me check all entered nodes status with a single script to see if and who is connected.
>> 
>> Larry - N7FM
>> 
>> 
>> Bryan,
>> 
>> I have a PHP script that I run in a local linux terminal as well as a version on my web site for a few friends to use. http://www.n7fm.com/allstar_node_info.php 
>> Gives an idea. Not a beautiful display but works to keep track of certain nodes without needing to hunt through the master list to check an individual status.
>> I need to create a better display layout but never seem to find the time. Projects, mine and others never end. Finish one have 2 more waiting.
>> 
>> Don't know if something along this line would work for you or if you were looking for a main CVS file that only has a list with only connected nodes to search rather than all that are online? The script does not display ALL nodes connected. It uses a list (Array) of your selected node numbers. Stripping the status of each node in the array from the master list. It displays the connection status of those particular nodes.
>> 
>> Friends and I have Allstar nodes on our different repeaters as well as some links that we need to keep a check on their status. 
>> 
>> I got tired jumping all over the main file to check them.  With multiple servers scattered about that became a pain. My son listening to me whine wrote me a script that checks the status of each node I add to an array.  Nothing fancy but it lets me check all entered nodes status with a single script to see if and who is connected.
>> 
>> Larry - N7FM
>> 
>> 
>>   
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>>> On 11/20/2015 07:24 PM, Bryan D. Boyle wrote:
>>> yup.  lots of nodes, but only between 1400-1500 active at any given time...
>>> 
>>> though, the master list is pretty good, but what i'm looking for...no worries.  was just a thought.
>>> 
>>> --
>>> Bryan
>>> Sent from my iPhone 6S...No electrons were harmed in the sending of this message.
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>>> On Nov 20, 2015, at 20:23, George Csahanin <george at dyb.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> I *think* what he means is something that can show the connection status, like what the bubble diagram shows.
>>>> 
>>>> GeorgeC
>>>> W2DB
>>>> Cedar Park, TX node 2360
>>>> 
>>>>> On 11/20/2015 12:29 PM, k5tra wrote:
>>>>> Bryan, you can make your own CSV file from:  /var/lib/asterisk/rpt_extnodes .  This is the current database file on your server.
>>>>> TRA
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