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Bandwidth Monitor

Posted July 24, 2013 18.6k views
Hi, Is there a way to monitor bandwidth usage of a droplet as I couldn't find an API method for that

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Once they implement bandwidth limits, there should be a monitor in place. Use the package vnstat until then.
This isn't currently implemented, but DO is working on it, see http://digitalocean.uservoice.com/forums/136585-digital-ocean/suggestions/3296966-show-resources-being-using-like-cpu-ram-disk-an

If you wanted to monitor bandwidth usage you'd have to use a package like "vnstat" or "munin".

I need help:

I’m development a app with PHP and I need implement any way to get Resources every X time.

I read de API v2 on Digital Ocean and don’t see any that help me.

For example, I need know How many RAM memory, CPU, Bandwidth is using by the Droplet?

Right now I can create, restart, poweroff, … but can’t not get any result on real time monitoring.

// create and return the created Droplet entity
$created = $droplet->create(‘dropet-name’, 'clc1’, '1024mb’, 45656735);

// delete the droplet
$droplet->delete(XX);
Don’t want/can install nothing on the server, I want any solution that I can access to API and get this result, please.

Any suggestion?

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