As the Internet is becoming more popular, many network servers are emerging. These network servers are evolving to large scale servers because they provide many services such as broadcasting of several events, reservation of a travel ticket and so on. Server administrators should offer stable service to users. In addition, requests from clients are balanced to several distributed WWW servers, and they should be thus managed in a centralized manner, instead of a distributed one. We develop a novel system to help the administrators to manage a distributed server system in a centralized manner. This system will enable administrators to recognize the status of the server, and further to detect whether the system is overloaded with requests or not in a timely manner. It will be also able to reduce the cost related to management issues.