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Server Status Widget

   1.5.1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 90%
Server Status Widget
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Server Status Widget
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Server Status Widget
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2963
Submitted:  Mar 20 2009
Updated:  Mar 8 2011

Description:

The Server Status Widget is a Plasma widget (a.k.a. applet or Plasmoid) for your KDE desktop.

This widget/applet/plasmoid lets you monitor one or more servers via pings, TCP connects or custom unix commands in a configurable interval. The icon changes if a server does not respond to a check, optionally triggering configurable KDE notifications.

Feedback is always welcome, best way is through KDE-Look, but you can also mail me (see the README). Let me know if you find any bugs.

Per server notifications
Finally, the widget has per server notifications. This means you should be able to use notifications as a means to do selective logging, execute certain scripts for special servers and many more.

Panel support
The widget can now sit in the panel as icon and shows the servers on click. The icon used in the panel signals the worst status of any of the servers (see screenshot 3).

Also, I am still looking for translators. Just sayin' :)
Please consult the wiki (linked below) if you can help me with that...


Gentoo users:
The ebuild is now in portage (unstable)!
http://packages.gentoo.org/package/kde-misc/serverstatuswidget
Until it is up to date, there is an ebuild below...

Archlinux users:
There is a PKGBUILD in the AUR now (1.5.1):
http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=47270

Fedora users:
There are packages available in the PhobOS repository. Per Authors request I am not directly linking the packages so you can read the disclaimer first.
http://phobos.floriansievert.de/package.php?release=F14&package=kde-plasma-serverstatus

OpenSUSE users:
You can find up-to-date packages in the official package database, make sure to pick a package matching your distro version:
http://software.opensuse.org/search?q=serverstatus&exclude_debug=true

Compilation instructions are included in the tarball and in the INSTALL file linked below. If you know how to build packages for your favorite distro, let me know and I will put them up here.

Have fun, conrausch.
Feedback welcome :)


GITORIOUS PROJECT:
http://gitorious.org/serverstatuswidget

README:
http://gitorious.org/serverstatuswidget/pages/Readme

INSTALL:
http://gitorious.org/serverstatuswidget/pages/Installation

WIKI:
http://gitorious.org/serverstatuswidget/pages/Home




Changelog:

1.5.1
- Update french translation (thanks bruno666)
- Add compatibility for for KDE 4.4 and below

1.5
- Per server notifications
- Panel support (collapse to icon)
- French translation (thanks bruno666)




LicenseGPL
Source(Source code)
Gentoo(eBuild, thanks to boris64)
Mandriva(x86_64, thanks to joelp)
Mandriva(x86_64 w/ debug info, thanks to joelp)
Mandriva(source rpm, thanks to joelp)
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 Ports

 
 by Sheridan on: Mar 21 2009
 
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Hi
Can you add ability for check ports on servers? Simple connect/disconnect


...sorry for badly english...
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 "a thought-provoking impulse"

 
 by borisdigital on: Mar 21 2009
 
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Wishlist:

  • configurable icons
  • more server status options (online-offline-slow/bad connection?)
  • KDE notifications on server fail etc.
  • ...



  • Boris owes Conni a frakkin' cold beer.


    i like Linux, beer and big boobs.
    -> http://boris64.net

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     Re: "a thought-provoking impulse"

     
     by patkoscsaba on: Mar 21 2009
     
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    More to the wishlist, use of snmp to monitor specific parameters. This way routers and managed switches can be monitored in detail ...

    Great idea this plasmoid is :D


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     Re: "a thought-provoking impulse"

     
     by scomar on: Mar 22 2009
     
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    ++

    Quote:
    # KDE notifications on server fail etc.


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     Re: "a thought-provoking impulse"

     
     by WMP on: Mar 22 2009
     
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    Please - option to check do con't connect to port 80.


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     bug in TCP test

     
     by WMP on: Apr 4 2009
     
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    In server list i have:

    xxxa:80
    xxxb
    xxxc:80
    xxxd:80
    xxxe:80

    I see warning icon but www work great in this server.


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     Re: bug in TCP test

     
     by conrausch on: Apr 4 2009
     
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    which one shows the warning? one with port number or the one without? also, does it show warning or error? because warning usually means something went wrong locally (maybe wrong/invalid hostname, or s/t like that).


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     Doesn't expand

     
     by acidicchip on: Apr 26 2009
     
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    In Kubuntu Jaunty (KDE 4.2) it the container doesn't expand with it's contents.


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     Plasma Freezes on dead server

     
     by ericb on: May 3 2009
     
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    Great idea really.
    But I when one of the servers is not reachable (DNS resolver is actually the blocker in my case) My whole desktop freezes.
    This happens periodically on each try.


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     idea / feature request

     
     by mononoke on: May 22 2009
     
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    Hi, i like this plasmoid.

    How do you think about adding some features:
    1. Possibility to assign an alias for each server.
    2. Also it seems impossible to enter ip-adresses.
    3. Showing Alias (or Hostname/IP) by choice for every diffrent server.
    4. "the number of pings per check" and "interval in minutes" options could be adjustable for every diffrent server.

    Maybe a simple table is the easy way for entering the prefered settings.

    The Plasmoid could look like this:
    X fritz.box
    X google.de
    0 Susi's Kiste
    0 Ubus Laptop

    Thanks


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