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If you are on an admin account, your API key will also have admin privileges. Please do not disclose your API key.

As shown in the image,

Generate and copy this API key, it will have the same rights as your current account.

Example Usages

Suppose you are an admin, and you want to use the API to get a list of daemons. You need to use any programming language or HTTP tool to send the following request:

GET http://<Your Panel Address>/api/service/remote_services_system?apikey=<Your Api Key>
Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8
X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest


If not otherwise specified, these HTTP request headers are required.

  • X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest
  • Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8

You will get all daemon's data:

  // status parameter
  // 200: Normal, and returns the corresponding content
  // 400: Incorrect request parameters
  // 403: Insufficient permissions
  // 500: Program error
  "status": 200,
  // Responded node list
  "data": [
      "version": "3.9.0",
      "process": {
        "cpu": 5625000,
        "memory": 132437320,
        "cwd": "D:\\Workspace\\MCSM\\MCSManager-Daemon"
      "instance": {
        "running": 1,
        "total": 6
      "system": {
        "type": "Windows_NT",
        "hostname": "MyComputer",
        "platform": "win32",
        "release": "11.0.22000",
        "uptime": 410445,
        "cwd": "D:\\Workspace\\MCSM\\MCSManager-Daemon",
        "loadavg": [0, 0, 0],
        "freemem": 5700775936,
        "cpuUsage": 0.0490009222256379,
        "memUsage": 0.6651475749266619,
        "totalmem": 17024741376,
        "processCpu": 0,
        "processMem": 0
  // The time when the request finished processing, can be used to measure latency.
  "time": 1643879914006