Zeomine Server Monitor
ZSM is run on a command line, and under normal conditions you pass a single parameter in the form of a path to the config file, relative to the ZSM user_data/configs directory. Here's an example for an Ubuntu server:
python3 /path/to/zeomine.py --conf=example.yml
In Windows, you might use "py" instead of "python3"
Major steps in operation
Zeomine Server Monitor (ZSM) is initiated either manually or by cron. Each instance will go through the same basic steps:
- Initiate monitor and generate metadata for the run instance
- Import data, such as a save state that will be compared against a new state
- Collect data
- Evaluate data
- Send alerts if necessary
- Create reports and save data
Overall structure of data
The data is structured as a keyed array in JSON format.
Data is stored per plugin, and within each plugin you have an "import", "current", and "calculated" dataset. Metadata for the entire instance is stored in a "metadata" key at the plugin level.
- core: This folder contains the core logic for executing Zeomine Server Monitor
- plugins: These are optional plugins you may call, given your use case
- samples: These are sample configs and plugins you can use as examples for custom code
- user_data: This is where you place your custom code.
In the user_data folder, the following directories are available:
- configs: These are the configuration files that you use to run ZSM.
- plugins: Custom plugins go here
- data: Data will be placed here