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Quick points

  • nems-info cloudauth will show if your NEMS Cloud Services account is active or not.
  • When active, NEMS Cloud Services will receive the updated status of all your NEMS servers every 60 seconds.

In order to use NEMS Cloud Services, you must be running NEMS Linux 1.5 or higher. You must also be a Patron of NEMS Linux on Patreon at a tier that includes NEMS Cloud Services.

NEMS Cloud Backup

NEMS Cloud Backup takes NEMS Migrator to the cloud. Your NEMS server configuration will be backed up every day, and you can revert to any day's snapshot.

See NEMS Migrator

NEMS CheckIn

NEMS Cloud Services includes NEMS CheckIn.

NEMS CheckIn tells the NEMS Cloud API that your NEMS server is online. If your NEMS server goes offline (stops reporting in), the NEMS Cloud Services server will send you an email letting you know it lost contact with your NEMS server.

A total of up to 5 notifications will be sent should your NEMS server fail to check in. Notices are sent at intervals of:

  • The interval you choose in NEMS SST (Default is after your NEMS server has been offline for 2 hours)
  • After 6 hours of downtime.
  • After 24 hours of downtime.
  • After 48 hours of downtime.
  • Following recovery.

NEMS CheckIn can be enabled and configured within NEMS SST. It is disabled by default.

Not yet publicly available. Here are points for future.

  • Cloud Dashboard password is set in NEMS SST
  • Password is salted with a 256-byte key before the data from nems is encrypted
  • data includes state information only (same info that appears on nems tv dashboard)
  • multiple NEMS servers may be linked together to a single cloud dashboard
  • since nobody knows your custom password, only you can see your data (it cannot be decrypted without your password)
  • leaving dashboard open continually extends cookie, so it is suitable for server room (don't need to continually login)
  • features/nems-cloud.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/07/10 11:53
  • by Robbie Ferguson