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py3status http monitor show the status of http endpoints

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py3status-http-monitor

Python module for monitoring http services in your py3status bar.

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Status Bar with py3status_http_monitor

Prerequisites

This is an i3 / py3status module, so you'll need those first off.

Installation

From Git

git clone https://github.com/mcgillij/py3status-http-monitor.git
mkdir -p ~/.i3/py3status && cd ~/.i3/py3status
ln -s <PATH_TO_CLONED_REPO>/src/py3status-http-monitor/http_monitor.py ./

With Pip, Pipenv or Poetry

pip install py3status-http-monitor
pipenv install py3status-http-monitor
poetry add py3status-http-monitor && poetry install

With yay

yay -S py3status-http-monitor

Building Arch package w/PKGBUILD

git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/py3status-http-monitor.git
cd py3status-http-monitor.git
makechrootpkg -c -r $HOME/$CHROOT

Installing built Arch package

sudo pacman -U --asdeps py3status-http-monitor-*-any.pkg.tar.zst

Configuration

Next you will need to add the services you want to monitor, and optionally choose some appropriate emoji's. You can also configure actions to open up your browser when you click on the icon, which I find pretty handy.

~/.config/i3/i3status.conf

...
general {
        colors = true
        interval = 15
}

order += "http_monitor apache"
order += "http_monitor medusa"
order += "http_monitor pihole"
order += "http_monitor nextcloud"
order += "http_monitor plex"
order += "http_monitor virtualbox"
order += "http_monitor airsonic"
order += "clock"
order += "mail"
...

http_monitor  'nextcloud' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:8181"
   service_name = '⛅'
   on_click 1 = "exec xdg-open http://yourserver:8181"
}

http_monitor  'virtualbox' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:81/vb/"
   service_name = '💻'
   on_click 1 = "exec xdg-open http://yourserver:81/vb/"
}

http_monitor  'plex' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:32400/web/index.html#"
   service_name = '🎥'
   on_click 1 = "exec xdg-open http://yourserver:32400/web/index.html#"
}

http_monitor  'airsonic' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:4040"
   service_name = '🍃'
}

http_monitor  'pihole' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:80"
   service_name = '🕳️ '
   on_click 1 = "exec xdg-open http://yourserver:80"
}

http_monitor  'apache' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:81"
   service_name = '🪶'
}

http_monitor  'medusa' {
   service_location = "http://yourserver:8081"
   service_name = '🐍'
}

Configuration Options

You can pass in the following configuration options:

  • service_location
  • service_name
  • timeout
  • cache_timeout

Restart i3

Once the package is installed and configured you just need to restart i3.

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