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13 <center><h3>Current Status</h3></center>
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15 <p align="justify">
16 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-reports-raptor-load15.gif" width="100" height="107" align="left"></a>
17 All i-scream components now function to initial
18 design parameters and our system is regarded to be complete.
19 <b><a href="worddocs/">Documentation</a></b> is available to assist third party programmers
20 in producing Hosts for use with the i-scream server.
21 Our progress during the project can be found in the meeting minutes.
22 Code is viewable via <a href="http://raptor.ukc.ac.uk/~tdb1/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi">CVS</a> to local users users only.
23 </p>
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25 <p align="justify">
26 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-winhost-main.gif" width="100" height="62" align="right"></a>
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28 The i-scream Distributed Central Monitoring System <a href="http://raptor.ukc.ac.uk/~pjm2/reports">Reports</a>
29 are now visible on the web. If you are <b>not</b> a local user, then you may
30 view some of the output in the <b><a href="screenshots/">screenshots</a></b> section.
31 You may view the latest information about each machine, historical 24-hour
32 reports and alerts for each machine. Our own i-scream server is running constantly,
33 along with several hosts to enable plenty of data harvesting. If you would
34 like your i-scream web reports to be linked from this site, then please email us
35 at <a href="mailto:dev@i-scream.org.uk">dev@i-scream.org.uk</a>
36 </p>
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38 <p align="justify">
39 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-conient-main.gif" width="100" height="107" align="left"></a>
40 Our current host development allows us to pass machine statistics
41 to our distributed filter arrangement, which then processes the
42 data and stores it for later use. An example of such use is the
43 historical report generator which produces graphs of machine
44 usage over periods of time. A real-time
45 client is also available (Conient) and alert information can be
46 displayed to the public via dynamic web pages.
47 </p>
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49 <p align="justify">
50 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-alerter-email.gif" width="100" height="107" align="right"></a>
51 The latest builds of the i-scream Distributed Central Monitoring System
52 are now available for <b><a href="/downloads/">download</a></b> from this
53 website. To assist in our addition of features to the system, we
54 would be extremely grateful to receive feedback from anybody who has
55 any comments about the system. You may email the development team
56 at <a href="mailto:dev@i-scream.org.uk">dev@i-scream.org.uk</a>
57 </p>
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59 <p>&nbsp;</p>
60 <center><h3>Project Completion</h3></center>
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62 <p align="justify">
63 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-reports-raptor-latest-misc.gif" width="100" height="104" align="left"></a>
64 The i-scream Distributed Central Monitoring System started off as
65 a final year project for a group of <a href="http://www.cs.ukc.ac.uk">Computer Science</a> students at
66 the <a href="http://www.ukc.ac.uk">University of Kent at Canterbury</a>, UK.
67 The project deadline was 4pm on 29th March 2001. Most of the group
68 met very early that morning to compile the project into five
69 lever arch folders. The project, consisting of source code, user,
70 maintenance and other documents, was handed in at 3pm. The CVS
71 repository was tagged to signify the project's completion, however,
72 the project is still being developed by the <a href="acknowledgements.shtml">core development team</a>
73 as we have found the system to be very useful in practice. We would
74 love to hear of ideas for extra features that we may include in the
75 next builds.
76 </p>
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78 <p align="justify">
79 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-ihost-main.gif" width="100" height="51" align="right"></a>
80 As can be seen in our &quot;<a href="worddocs/">problem domain</a>&quot; document, the project
81 was aimed at the UKC Computer Science department, and as such
82 we believed that a demonstration to the &quotcustomer&quot was important. The
83 feedback from our demonstation was more positive than we had
84 anticipated. We believe that the system may now be of great
85 interest to anybody who wishes to monitor a number of machines
86 on their network using a central configuration.
87 </p>
88
89 <p>&nbsp;</p>
90 <center><h3>Naming History</h3></center>
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92 <p align="justify">
93 <a href="screenshots/"><img border="0" src="screenshots/thumbnail-conient-config.gif" width="100" height="48" align="left"></a>
94 The name <i>i-scream</i> arose from a meeting whereupon one member
95 of the <a href="acknowledgements.shtml">development team</a> felt a strange urge to draw an ice cream on the discussion board.
96 It later became apparent that we had no name for our project (other
97 than 'The Project'). It seemed only natural to name our project after
98 the ice cream that had been oh-so-randomly drawn on the white board.
99 Copyright issues immediately ruled out anything involving Mr Whippy,
100 so we had to settle for <i>i-scream</i>. And thus, we were left with a cunning
101 play on words - it still sounded like <i>ice cream</i>, yet also
102 served as a functional decription of our system - namely, one which
103 screams at somebody if something has gone wrong...
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