Wrap any program in a simple web-based user-interface
See the latest release or download it now with
curl https://i.jpillora.com/webproc | bash
$ go get -v github.com/jpillora/webproc
webproc to run
webproc --config /etc/dnsmasq.conf -- dnsmasq --no-daemon
Visit http://localhost:8080 and view the process configuration, status and logs.
For more features, see the Configuration file
$ webproc --help Usage: webproc [options] args... args can be either a command with arguments or a webproc file Options: --host, -h listening interface --port, -p listening port (env PORT) --user, -u basic auth username (env USER) --pass basic auth password (env PASS) --on-exit, -o process exit action (default ignore) --config, -c comma-separated list of configuration files --help --version, -v Version: 0.0.0-src Read more: https://github.com/jpillora/webproc
The CLI interface only exposes a subset of the configuration, to further customize
webproc, create a
program.toml file and then load it with:
Here is a complete configuration with the defaults, only
ProgramArgs is required:
# Program to execute (with optional Arguments). Note: the process # must remain in the foreground (i.e. do NOT fork/run as daemon). ProgramArgs =  # Interface to serve web UI. Warning: defaults to ALL interfaces. Host = "0.0.0.0" # Port to serve web UI Port = 8080 # Basic authentication settings for web UI User = "" Pass = "" # IP addresses which should be allowed to access the web UI # For example, ["10.0.0.0/8"] AllowedIPs =  # Log settings for the process: # "both" - log to both, webproc standard out/error and to the web UI log. # "webui" - only log to the web UI. Note, the web UI only keeps the last 10k lines. # "proxy" - only log to webproc standard out/error. Log = "both" # OnExit dictates what action to take when the process exits: # "ignore" - ignore and wait for manual restart via the web UI # "proxy" - also exit webproc with the same exit code # "restart" - automatically restart with exponential backoff time delay between failed restarts OnExit = "ignore" # Configuration files to be editable by the web UI. # For example, dnsmasq would include "/etc/dnsmasq.conf" ConfigurationFiles =  # After the restart signal (SIGINT) has been sent, webproc will wait for RestartTimeout before # forcibly restarting the process (SIGKILL). RestartTimeout = "30s"
Install Go and setup your GOPATH
# setup go, get go-bindata and webproc $ go get -u github.com/jteeuwen/go-bindata/... $ go get -u -v github.com/jpillora/webproc $ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/jpillora/webproc # ... edit source ... $ go generate ./... $ go install -v $ $GOPATH/bin/webproc
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