Sodium System Status



  • Getting a thread together that you can follow for the latest Sodium system status.



  • Current status is: GUI online but we've identified a bug that was introduced during last night's testing just before we went offline for the night. This is keeping the backend from working so updates have stopped and new systems are not joining. We'll be working on this today, but it might be offline much of the day. So feel free to log in and poke around, but you won't be able to add machines nor to see current status in the system.



  • We've offlined even the main application while we are looking into errors at this point to keep the application from messing with the back end while we are troubleshooting.



  • We've had a long day of testing but we have not only rolled out new code of our own, but updated our core platform, done failover server testing successfully and identified a security and stability issue with an upstream code base that we are able to work with them on. So you may continue testing again and let us know of any issues.

    Thanks everyone!



  • @quixoticjustin said in Sodium System Status:

    Current status is: GUI online but we've identified a bug that was introduced during last night's testing just before we went offline for the night. This is keeping the backend from working so updates have stopped and new systems are not joining. We'll be working on this today, but it might be offline much of the day. So feel free to log in and poke around, but you won't be able to add machines nor to see current status in the system.

    sorry but can you make screenshots of SODUIM GUI and attach it to this thread so I can understand more of what it does, and hte features in it.

    reply



  • Is there any way possible I can search for this? What a horrible name for search engines! I have no idea what Sodium is or does and searching brings up... well, actual sodium... not this.

    Is there a website? Is there a better name to search?



  • The only public info on the alpha level project is probably here in ML.

    There's is no public webpage about it yet.


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    @msff-amman-itofficer said in Sodium System Status:

    @quixoticjustin said in Sodium System Status:

    Current status is: GUI online but we've identified a bug that was introduced during last night's testing just before we went offline for the night. This is keeping the backend from working so updates have stopped and new systems are not joining. We'll be working on this today, but it might be offline much of the day. So feel free to log in and poke around, but you won't be able to add machines nor to see current status in the system.

    sorry but can you make screenshots of SODUIM GUI and attach it to this thread so I can understand more of what it does, and hte features in it.

    reply

    @QuixoticJeremy posted in another thread about what it is and its goals. It's an RMM tool that currently only has monitoring functionality.

    0_1500216017414_Screenshot from 2017-07-16 09-38-54.png

    That's my console.



  • @tim_g said in Sodium System Status:

    Is there any way possible I can search for this? What a horrible name for search engines! I have no idea what Sodium is or does and searching brings up... well, actual sodium... not this.

    Is there a website? Is there a better name to search?

    Sorry at the moment this is literally still in alpha. We haven't created a front page end point for people to search for yet until it is a more finished project. I also see that @scottalanmiller has already attached a screenshot so I appreciate that!



  • @QuixoticJeremy, I installed the agent on a Windows 10 system a few days ago but Sodium does not show any information beneath "Applications" for it.

    Also, it enumerated the DVD drive (E:) but shows "Not Available" for all of the data. Could you do a quick WMI check on drives to determine if they're ROM and, if empty (isReady = False), show "Empty" or something along those lines?

    [IO.DriveInfo]::GetDrives() | where { $_.DriveType -eq 'CDRom' }

    Name : E:
    DriveType : CDRom
    DriveFormat :
    IsReady : False
    AvailableFreeSpace :
    TotalFreeSpace :
    TotalSize :
    RootDirectory : E:
    VolumeLabel :



  • @manxam said in Sodium System Status:

    @QuixoticJeremy, I installed the agent on a Windows 10 system a few days ago but Sodium does not show any information beneath "Applications" for it.

    Also, it enumerated the DVD drive (E:) but shows "Not Available" for all of the data. Could you do a quick WMI check on drives to determine if they're ROM and, if empty (isReady = False), show "Empty" or something along those lines?

    [IO.DriveInfo]::GetDrives() | where { $_.DriveType -eq 'CDRom' }

    Name : E:
    DriveType : CDRom
    DriveFormat :
    IsReady : False
    AvailableFreeSpace :
    TotalFreeSpace :
    TotalSize :
    RootDirectory : E:
    VolumeLabel :

    Hi @manxam! Thanks for posting/helping us test. Yep, you are 100% right, the applications not showing is indeed a known issue and I'm actually working on it as we speak. (It was reported on Friday but we've had some crisis situations that prevented me from getting to it until now). As for the storage side of things I'm making note of that and will check into that right after I fix the app bug. Thanks again!


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