Monitorr, a free, self hosted, open source web page / application status monitor and dashboard.

Monitorr, a free, self hosted, open source web page / application status monitor and dashboard.


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Monitorr is a simple, yet very useful web application that allows you to setup a dashboard to monitor various web site / web application up or down state.

=== Links ===
Show Notes

Monitorr Github

Monitorr Docker Install

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Install Docker

=== Timestamps ===

00:00 Beginning
00:10 Introduction to Monitorr
02:35 Install Monitorr with Docker
05:50 How to Get Environment Variables on Linux / MacOS
08:55 First Run Setup in the Web UI
10:45 Monitorr Settings
11:30 Setup a Site to Monitor
16:45 Checking the Update of the Monitor
18:40 A More Complete Setup

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8 thoughts on “Monitorr, a free, self hosted, open source web page / application status monitor and dashboard.

  1. I found thhhhhhhhhis nifty little site status monitor and thought I'd share it with you all. I hope you find it useful. IF you'd like to see more applications like this one with varying different capabilities, let me know in the comments. Best to you all!

  2. Thanks for the awesome video. However, this is absolutely one of the worst solutions to get started with. The data directory creation documentation is garbage. It tells you to create a data directory definition file??? and "Copy the three default json settings files from the local Monitorr repository"!!! what? what are these files and what's the local repo anyway? Couldn't they tell you where these files are and what the definition file is? Couldn't they just give an example for data dir path and json file content and the mysterious 3 files? With all respect to this channel, this is just garbage documentation. And don't tell me to go contribute and fix the docs. Users should have been given a clear path to get started before they can show others how to get started.

  3. Nice video. Easy to follow. Any idea if it's supposed to run on a raspberry pi? It seems to install but doesn't run. Log shows: standard_init_linux.go:211: exec user process caused "exec format error"

  4. Very nice. I'm going to see if I can set this up using Portainer which normally requires a docker-compose image rather than a simple docker image. But, I'll check it out. Thanks for the review. UPDATE: I have Monitorr up and running on my FerenOS Linux system. Thanks a bunch. Very easy to install and configure. Just what I was looking for.

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