Query the server’s current status. The server should respond with a general
“HTTP 200 OK” response if it is alive and accepting commands. The response
body should be a JSON object describing the state of the server. All server
implementations should return two basic objects describing the server’s
current platform and when the server was built. All fields are optional;
if omitted, the client should assume the value is unknown. Furthermore,
server implementations may include additional fields not listed here.
||A generic release label (i.e. “2.0rc3”)
||The revision of the local source control client from which the server was built
||A timestamp from when the server was built
||The current system architecture
||The name of the operating system the server is currently running on: “windows”, “linux”, etc.
||The operating system version
(Not part of the official Webdriver specification).
- <Object>: An object describing the general status of the server