Sysmon-ws is a simple Python WebSocket server which broadcasts system information to all listening clients. It also includes a small HTML5 UI which displays the information in a somewhat sensible manner. I pieced this together one night when inspiration hit, so the code is written in a quick and dirty manner.
Sysmon-ws uses 3rd party code:
- AutoBahnPython WebSocketServer from https://github.com/tavendo/AutobahnPython/blob/master/examples/websocket/broadcast/server.py
- jquery-graceful-websocket from https://code.google.com/p/jquery-graceful-websocket/
Clone the files to a directory, create a virtualenv if you like and then install libs with pip:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Usage example from my server (I use a virtualenv for it):
[nicd@nytsoi ~]$ cd /srv/sysmon-ws [nicd@nytsoi sysmon-ws]$ . venv-sysmon-ws/bin/activate (venv-sysmon-ws)[nicd@nytsoi sysmon-ws]$ python server.py >/dev/null
- Original AutoBahnPython code in server.py is licensed with Apache 2.0, read server.py for more details.
- jquery-graceful-websocket (ws.js) is licensed with the MIT License.
- My code (index.html and modifications in server.py) is licensed with the MIT License. See LICENSE for more details.