|Currently being monitored:||Refresh||Live Data|
|#||Note||Status||pinescore ?||Recent ms/Last online||LTA ?||Last Checked||IP||Public|
|Standard column color, node is in a normal state|
|Node stopped responding to requests within 24 hours|
|Node stopped responding to requests 24-48 hours ago|
|Node stopped responding to requests more than 48 hours ago|
|We take an average on the node response times over the last month, and we've found this node is currently responding slower than normal. Or it has dropped a single request.|
|We take an average on the node response times over the last month, and we've found this node is currently responding quicker than normal|
|Node has been online, and is starting to drop packets. Or - Node was offline and has just started responding. It's in limbo.|
|pinescore is below 50, node appears to be suffering intermittent drops. Worth investigating.|
|pinescore (the score of the node), bold and Red: score has dropped in last 15 minutes|
| (the number in the box)
if [>0]: node is moving towards an offline state
if [>0]: node is moving towards an online state
[ ] The brackets at the end of the Status show how many times the ping has returned a different result from the current status. Once this is > 10 it will be considered a change in Status rather than a temporary hiccup.
pinescore is our score up to 100 for the stability of the host over the last 48 hours.