Liberator status web page

Liberator includes a status web page so you can see how the Liberator is being used.

The Liberator status web page is only intended for use in development environments. It isn’t secure enough for use in production systems. To disable the Liberator website in production systems, see Security Hardening Guide - Deployment.


Liberator’s status page requires Liberator’s built-in LiberatorWebsite blade to be active.

Disable the LiberatorWebsite blade in production environments.

Status page sections

The status page is divided into seven sections. Click on the thumbnail below to view the full-size image.

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For more information on each section, follow the links below.


The Status section contains provides the following information about the Liberator server:

  • Server version

  • StreamLink JS version

  • Company

  • Liberator license:

    • Maximum concurrent users

    • Maximum unique users

    • Maximum sources

    • Expiry date

    • Grade period expiry

  • Current sessions

  • Peak Sessions

  • Number of objects


The Sessions section provides current and peak session counts for the following RTTP connection types:

  • Direct

  • HTTP streaming

  • Polling

  • Multipart replace

  • Forever frame

  • WebSocket

  • Server-side events (SSE)


The DataSources section lists the DataSource peers of the Liberator. The following information is provided for each peer:

  • ID

  • Name

  • Status

  • Server date and time

  • Network address

  • DataSource label


The DataServices section lists the data services used by the Liberator. The following information is provided for each service:

  • Name

  • Status

  • Service date and time


The Licensing section lists license information for each licensed application. The following information is provided for each licensed application:

  • Application name

  • Session limit

  • Total sessions

  • Failed sessions

  • Status

  • Status time

  • Breach time

Cluster information

The Cluster section lists all nodes in the Liberator cluster. If the Liberator is not part of a cluster, only one node will be displayed. The following information is provided for each node:

  • Node name

  • Number of sessions

  • Maximum number of sessions

  • Number of objects


The Users section is new with Liberator 7, and lists all users currently logged into Liberator. The following information is provided for each user:

  • Username

  • Login date and time

  • IP address

  • Latency (ms)

  • Clock offset (ms)

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