Jitsi Session Control

Hello,

I set up an Jitsi-Server on a rented VM.
When I start a Meeting at the WebUI, I set a Name and then the Meeting starts. At the end, everybody leaves the meeting (testet with one friend) and so the meeting should be over (Meeting called “test”). The Meeting is at this point still listet in the Overview.

In another Thread where I had another question, Marqqs said, “[…]it is normal that rooms you’ve already closed are still being displayed by your browser. The room names are stored locally. Just delete the cookies etc.”

That for me raised the question, how are the meetings “performed” on the server? Another participant for the meeting knows the name for my meeting or the link to the meeting and then could visit it.
And when I directly enter an URL in the brwoser like https://jitsi.server/somename, the Meeting “somename” is automatically created, if it doesn’t exist.

Is there a way to see, which an how many Meetings a currently opened at the server and to see, how many ressources are used for each meeting?

Thank you for your answers in advance.

Same Question.

Same question as well…

Try installing Grafana with a nice interface design for Jitsi Meet.
Or read the output of:
curl localhost:8080/colibri/stats |sed ‘s/,"/\n"/g’