celerymon - Real-time monitoring of Celery workers
The more recent Flower project supports the same features as celerymon, and so much more, so there shouldn't be any reason to use celerymon in new projects.
Please see Flower: https://github.com/mher/flower
You can install
celerymon either via the Python Package Index (PyPI)
or from source.
To install using
$ pip install celerymon
To install using
$ easy_install celerymon
Downloading and installing from source
Download the latest version of
You can install it by doing the following,:
$ tar xvfz celerymon-0.0.0.tar.gz $ cd celerymon-0.0.0 $ python setup.py build # python setup.py install # as root
Using the development version
You can clone the repository by doing the following:
$ git clone git://github.com/celery/celerymon.git
Running the monitor
Start celery with the
--events option on, so celery sends events for
celerymon to capture:
$ python manage.py celeryd -E
Run the monitor server:
$ python manage.py celerymon
However, in production you probably want to run the monitor in the background, as a daemon:
$ python manage.py celerymon --detach
For a complete listing of the command line arguments available, with a short description, you can use the help command:
$ python manage.py help celerymon
Now you can visit the webserver celerymon starts by going to: http://localhost:8989
For discussions about the usage, development, and future of celery, please join the celery-users mailing list.
Come chat with us on IRC. The #celery channel is located at the Freenode network.
If you have any suggestions, bug reports or annoyances please report them to our issue tracker at http://github.com/celery/celerymon/issues/
celerymon happens at Github:
You are highly encouraged to participate in the development
celerymon. If you don't like Github (for some reason) you're welcome
to send regular patches.
This software is licensed under the
New BSD License. See the
file in the top distribution directory for the full license text.