A collection of Dashboard modules for Django Admin Tools, ncludes dashboards for Memcache statistics, Varnish statistics, and RSS dashboard creation via models.
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README.rst

Dashboard Mods

Dashboard Mods is a set of DashboardModules for django-admin-tools.

Changes

0.2 Updated to support Django Admin Tools 0.4.0

Installation

Using PIP:

pip install dashboardmods

or download the app here

python setup.py install

Add dashboardmods to your settings INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'dashboardmods',
    ...
)

MemcacheDashboardModule

Displays a bar graph of memory usage, hit/miss ratio and uptime for each memcache server configured in Django's settings.

To enable, simply add:

from dashboardmods import get_memcache_dash_modules

at the top of the page and in the __init__ method add:

self.children.extend(get_memcache_dash_modules())

If no memcache servers are configured, nothing happens.

VarnishDashboardModule

Displays a bar graph of memory usage and hit/miss ratios for each Varnish server configured in VARNISH_MANAGEMENT_ADDRS. It uses python-varnish for communication. See its docs for more information on setup and installation of python-varnish.

To enable, simply add:

from dashboardmods import get_varnish_dash_modules

at the top of the page and in the __init__ method add:

self.children.extend(get_varnish_dash_modules())

If no Varnish servers are configured, nothing happens.

RSSDashboardModule

This is a model that allows the dynamic input of RSS feeds to appear as a DashboardModule.

To enable, add dashboardmods to your INSTALLED_APPS and ./manage.py syncdb.

Then add:

from dashboardmods import get_rss_dash_modules

at the top of the page and in the __init__ method add:

self.children.extend(get_rss_dash_modules())

If no RSSDashboardModule records are entered, nothing happens. As soon as one is entered, the DashboardModule is immediately available.