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Iguana Server Stats Launched!

Posted on: December 14, 2006

My latest project Iguana Server Stats was released last week, So far is showing that many people are interested in the project and have already started using it. I hope that loads of people download it and use it… Lets face it, That is why I created it. I believe the download count is currently about 55 which is good as its not even been a week yet. 🙂

The Iguana Server Stats project website is host on my webserver ( and is proveing to power the CMS, Forums and Bug tracking system nicely… So I am happy with that.

The Iguana Server Stats website can be visited here: or directly by clicking here:

I have been working on the website – publishing content and creating documents for helping users with installing, configuration and customising the application. Which is being published continually.

The project is open-source and uses the Creative Commons License model, For more infomation on the license model for Iguana Server Stats visit:

Iguana Server Stats Key Feautres

  • Open-source project (Free – License Model Infomation)
  • Multi-Language Support (Using Translation Files)
  • Skin/Theme Support
  • Optional Auto-Refresh Stats
  • Optional Web Server Infomaiton

This is really just a great little but powerful Server Proformance monitoring and statistics application. You can visit the Iguana Server Stats homapage and see people who are using it (See it in action).

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