source and installation
The following locations currently mirror the source for pymon:
For further instructions on installation, please see the docs/INSTALL.rst file.
If the python scripts bin dir is in your path, you can just run the following:
If not, you can add that to your path, but you may as well add /usr/local/pymon/bin to your path too ;-) Then you can run that command. If you prefer to not make PATH changes, just run it like this:
(The default would be "sudo /usr/local/pymon/bin/pymond").
If you would like to run this under daemontools, and you have daemontools installed, all you have to do is the following:
- edit service/run and make sure that it points to your twistd and pymon.tac, and
- ln -s PREFIX/service /service/pymond
If you are running a development version of pymon in your working directory (svn co), then run the following:
Now you should be up and running.
apache virtual hosts
You can also run pymon under apache configured as a virtual host. Here's how you'd do that:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org ServerName pymon.mycompany.com ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/vhost/http/pymon.mycompany.com/ </VirtualHost>
ngix virtual hosts
lighttpd virtual hosts
The currently defined monitor types are as follows:
- http status
How the port numbers were chosen:
>>> from adytum.util import numerology >>> numerology.getNumerologicalValue('adytum pymon service web') 3293 >>> numerology.getNumerologicalValue('adytum pymon service xml-rpc') 3298
creating a new monitor
If you want to add more monitoring types, you will need to:
- add the type to etc/pymon.conf
- add the configuration to etc/schema.xml
- add a new PyMonXXX protocol subclass to lib/protocols.py to handle data processing and saving.
- add a XXXMonitor class lib/monitors.py, inheriting from MonitorMixin and an appropriate FactoryClass
- update AbstractFactory in lib/monitors.py with a dispatch method for instantiating your new monitor class
- enable the new monitoring type in etc/pymon.conf
- rebuild pymon with 'python setup.py install'
For more details, see the development guide: docs/HACKING.txt
Plans for development are being migrated from the docs/TODO file to a more formal location using a system specifically designed for targeting feature development in open source software:
If the feature you would like to see implemented is not there, feel free to propose one for discussion.