An alternative Supervisor web interface.
suponoff (short for Supervisor On/Off) is a Django app to control supervisor and monitor the programs running under supervisor.
You give the app a list of server hostnames to connect to, and it connects to port 9001 of each of the servers, where supervisor normally listens. Optionally, you may run the provided program suponoff-monhelper.py, which listens on port 9002 and provides the following additional functionalities:
- Reports back the resource limits and usage of the processes, such as number of file descriptors, memory, cpu, number of threads and subprocesses;
- Provides the ability to monitor application log files in some cases: it looks at the process command line and parses it, looking for –logfile or –log-file arguments.If it can find and open the indicated log file, then you will be able to open this log file from the web interface.
To use this app, create a Django project that includes ‘suponoff’ in its applications and includes the URLs from ‘suponoff.urls’. Then you add the SUPERVISORS setting (a list of hostnames). The web interface can also add “tags” to each program, allowing you to filter by tags. For an example, see the demo project in the source distribution.
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