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Server Status Widget

   1.5.1  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 90%
Server Status Widget
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2919
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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 [Suggestion]: ip address

 
 by gabop on: Jun 30 2009
 
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¿ What about an ip address ?
It does not seem to handle ip addresses like
xxx.yyy.zzz.www:1234
I vote this thing to be added to wish list.


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 configuration not "sticking"

 
 by TheAbu on: Aug 16 2009
 
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First of all thank you, I find it to be a good idea :)
There seems to be a little problem though, unless I do something wrong or it's related to Gentoo. When I enter, either a server name, or an ip address and close the configuration dialog. I only see "No servers configured" and if I reopen the configuration dialog, the "General" part, where the server should be is empty. It might be the way it's installed on (maybe some write permission problem). Anyway, I wouldn't mind creating a configuration file by hand (We are used to it on Gentoo ;) ) but I'd like to know what syntax I should use and where I should put it :) Thank you in advance J-L


Please, forgive my bad English :)
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 Re: configuration not "sticking"

 
 by TheAbu on: Aug 16 2009
 
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My bad, after checking the source code I understood why I had an issue. The regex checking simply reject the name of my local network, so, the mistake is on my side, not yours :)


Please, forgive my bad English :)
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 by borisdigital on: Aug 17 2009
 
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Ip addresses and other hostnames like
localhost etc. will be supported in the
next version (an "insider" told me ;).

Just stay tuned.


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

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 Plasmoid has a memory leak

 
 by knightmb on: Sep 7 2009
 
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The plasmoid has a memory leak of some kind. I use it to monitor about 13 servers and 16 nodes. After about half a day, it burns up almost 1GB of RAM.

Restart KDE and all is good until it churns all the memory again.

At first, I didn't know what the cause was until I did trial and error with each Plasmoid on my desktop until I was just left with this one.

I might take a look at the source code myself and see if I can help because I really had a good use for this plasmoid.


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 LINK HAS BEEN DOWN

 
 by sidsoft on: Nov 25 2009
 
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On the Gentoo Eduilds


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 Build error

 
 by bram85 on: Dec 12 2009
 
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It does not build, I had to add these libraries to the target_link_libraries:

${QT_QTNETWORK_LIBRARY}
${KDE4_KIO_LIBS}


Bram Schoenmakers
KDE Netherlands (www.kde.nl)

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 Re: Build error

 
 by conrausch on: Dec 12 2009
 
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Thanks, fixed it (and actually another issue too. always use brain before uploading stuff :) )


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