ETS reads Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory server logfile and produces static web site with statistics. You can use it to produce several logfiles from different servers as long as you keep output directory different for each server/logfile.
ETS-RT tracks server console log file and maintains run-time statistics (both in-game and web stats). It acts also as in-game bot and can perform various rcon commands.
ETS-MB gathers global statistics for all running servers. Most important information is popularity (player loads, maps, etc.).
All tools described here require Perl (see REFERENCES below)
ETS and ETS-RT:
http://cade.datamax.bg/away/ets/sample/ETS-MB live site:
http://cade.datamax.bg/away/ets/mb/ETS Online servers watch:
There are few sites wich you can check to see what ETS looks like.
my demo site: (I use smal portion of real log file)
http://cade.datamax.bg/away/ets/sample/and real ones:
evrocom.net: http://play.evrocom.net/games/et/et-stats/ http://play.evrocom.net/games/et/et-stats/clan/ happypenguin.org: http://www.petersdtp.net/~gameserver/etstats.html TJW: http://et.tjw.org/ tjw site has various docs about dedicated et server setup and more...
id Software http://idsoftware.com Splash Damage http://splashdamage.com/ http://www.splashdamage.com/games/wolfenstein-enemy-territory/ All players at play.evrocom.net and the server administrator
Perl Programming Language http://www.perl.com/ ET Pro - The Enemy Territory Competition Mod http://bani.anime.net/etpro/ etadmin_mod http://et.d1p.de/etadmin_mod/
ETS is kindly sponsored by: Gameserverhost.nl You can rent quality low ping servers in europe at http://www.gameserverhost.nl
2003-2005 (c) Vladi Shabanski <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://cade.datamax.bg/away/ets irc.freenode.net #ets