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Server Status Widget

   1.5.1  

Plasmoid Binary

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Server Status Widget
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Server Status Widget
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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
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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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 Buil Errors

 
 by conrausch on: Dec 12 2009
 
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I was a little quick uploading.
I uploaded a new version without increasing the version number which fixes the build errors. That includes a fix in CMakeLists.txt for proper linking and a check for the KDE version (I used a KNotification function added in 4.3, but now 4.2 should work as well).

Sorry for any inconvenience...


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 Panel version

 
 by mreloads on: Dec 12 2009
 
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Builds OK, however, it is too big for panel. Also there should be option for hiding the name. Servers for monitoring could be available through popup menu. Anyway, this plasmoid has potential to be a server monitoring tool.


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 Re: Panel version

 
 by conrausch on: Dec 12 2009
 
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It's not meant for the panel, but as a desktop plasmoid. That is a pretty good idea, though. I will think of way to integrate that. How do you think it should look, if put into the panel? Only one Icon, which indicates if any one of the servers is down?


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 New Version Rocks!

 
 by knightmb on: Dec 12 2009
 
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The new version is awesome. For a network admin, this is a must have plasmoid. You can set each server to a custom port check, time check, and custom name. Now I can have a nice monitor on my desktop background that will show if any server stops responding. When the notification settings are up and running in the future releases, I'll have another reason to cheer!


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 Re: Suggestions

 
 by gzu on: Dec 14 2009
 
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Hi,

Just discovered this plasmoid and I like it a lot. It would be good if some more checks could be added to it, like some of those in "Monit".
For example
check SSH connection on port 22
check apache server-status information.

Thanks,


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 Re: Re: Suggestions

 
 by conrausch on: Dec 14 2009
 
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Hi,

thanks for the suggestion, I never heard of Monit before and I will look at it for some ideas.

From what I can tell by a quick look at the manual it does many things similar to the widget though. Especially SSH connections can easily be tested already by setting the check type to "Socket connection" and the port to 22. Same goes for Apache and port 80, although the service info might offer more details of course.


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 Re: Re: Re: Suggestions

 
 by knightmb on: Dec 16 2009
 
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That's what I do. I have it check the port number to see if the service is up or not for my web server, e-mail, etc. Works great because I can bring them up or down and the monitor catches it right away.


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 Gentoo ebuild

 
 by borisdigital on: Dec 22 2009
 
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For people addicted to gentoo linux:
-> https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=296738

Hopefully this ebuild will make its
way into thesunrise-overlay soon.


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 Mandriva rpm

 
 by dglent on: Dec 23 2009
 
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Here is the rpm of the new version

http://www.mandrivalinux.gr/rpm/2010.0/i586/plasma-applet-serverstatus-1.2-1mgr2010.0.i586.rpm


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