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tool mARMA - Server Monitoring, Live Map, RE...

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Site: http://marma.io

mARMA is a web-based tool that monitors various aspects of your ARMA server. Inspired by the well-known tool ASM, mARMA has been developed further to make remote-administration easier. mARMA has been written so work is as many places as possible including GSP servers, Windows & Linux dedicated servers.

Monitor Performance
CPS, FPS, IO, Memory, Objects, Players are monitored by default.
Ability to add monitor any ingame custom values,
i.e Vehicles, Buildings, Dead Bodies, Rabbits

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Custom Message Events & Metric History
The ability log custom messages to mARMA.io.
Maybe you want to log what your admins are doing?

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Live Maps
2D & 3D Maps Support for AIATIP / CUPS Terrains / Bornholm / Esseker
Watch player movements, with red tail lines.

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Remote Execute Commands
Run Custom SQF Code to execute on your server.
Ability to save SQF Code for future use or for other admins on your server.

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Share Access with other Admins
You are able to define what your admins are allowed to access i.e
access Performance, Live Maps, Remote Code Execution etc…

We have more feature just around the corner too!

Developers: Torndeco & Maca134 (me)
http://marma.io

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Best Tool there is for arma Monitoring. Highly Recommend using it, especially using the premium features.

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A tool any and all serious server owners should use to be honest. Great tool Maca!

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Im using this on my server and it's great!

I've also added a few scripts in the RE Editor to make my life easier. You guys can find them in the programming section.... and if you wrote other scripts like mine please do share :) sharing is caring

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