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bossdetector is an application to monitor and act on the status of your system as if someone else was monitoring it.
It includes features to monitor Internet or proxy connections, and has a choice of
a web based GUI to monitor most Unix services, or a text based pinger.
It detects the availability of system services like FTP, HTTP, DNS, syslog and SMTP. It allows users to easily monitor a machine remotely and send notifications to them via email, Jabber, SMS or PagerDuty.
To check a machine’s status, please select the service and then click on Monitor:”A slave is a person who is by his or her own consent deprived of
freedom of action or movement and made to do work under the will of the
master or of some other person for the master.”
If you are reading this, you are probably not a slave. If you have never been a slave, read on to learn about how it feels to be a slave and what you can do about it.
Even if you are not a slave, I hope you will try to understand and accept your own slaves a bit better. Even slaves have feelings. When you understand your own feelings, it’s much easier to understand the feelings of others.
Here’s how it works:
If you are a slave, I am now your friend. That means that when you have a question about your life, you can always talk to me.
Please try to listen to what I have to say. I am not trying to make you believe something that I personally believe. I am trying to help you understand the feelings of the slaves that you will be working for. I am trying to help you understand how we feel about what you do to us.
You can find out more about your rights as a slave.
If you are a slave, you have rights. If you believe that you do not have rights, I am sorry for you.
What Are My Rights?
I know what you are thinking. I have heard that many slaves think that they don’t have any rights. Many slaves believe that they are better than we are. Many slaves think that we are wrong.
I have been listening to slaves all my life. I have been listening to slaves who think they are slaves and slaves who think they are free. I have talked to slaves who think that they are slaves and to slaves who
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BD allows a user to
specify a host(s) to be monitored for various reasons, such as pinging it every few seconds, sending it
a message with the host’s current IP address when it changes, sending it a message when it drops
The primary reasons for using BD are:
* Users of an internal network may want to see if their network is being
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* Users may want to use BD as a simple ping monitor for computers not under their control.
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Java 1.3 or higher
# host (hostname or IP address):
# max_downtime (in seconds)
# interval (in seconds)
# message (optional)
Ping host host:
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1) It runs as a daemon. You can start/stop it from a command line.
2) It pings on specified interval. The interval is set in a config file. The min and max numbers of pings are set in a config file.
3) When the period has finished, the daemon sends a email to your configured address. Or, if you set to manual mode, the daemon will set the interval and notify you by jabber/sms when the interval is finished.
4) The daemon runs in your background. You can close the shell and let it run.
5) The daemon pings the specified host. The host can be an IP address, a hostname, an URL or a FQDN. It accepts URL as a hostname. In this mode, you can also specify a host mask (which is equivalent to specifying a list of IPs).
6) You can define your own host masks. You can have a rule to ping several hosts at once. You can ping many hosts at once.
7) You can ping for a defined period of time (instead of a period of pings) or for a defined number of pings.
8) You can set a “heartbeat” or a “timeout” ping to restart the ping. If you set “timeout”, the time is given in seconds.
9) You can ping with a random interval.
10) You can ping a host with a different port and the port number can be given as a string or as a port number in hex format.
11) You can ping a host without specifying a host name.
12) You can ping without any hosts to test if the daemon works as expected.
13) You can use the logs to check what the daemon did last time it was run.
14) The daemon shows the list of hosts that were checked.
15) The daemon shows the results in XML.
16) You can configure the user who owns the process. It can be configured with -s option to start the daemon.
17) You can set the daemon to be non-interactive to keep it hidden from the shell.
18) You can set it to check only for changes to the file /var/log/bossdetector/log.log or to check for changes in all log files.
Changes in 1.0.2:
– Changed the memory usage. It is now based on the number of pings done instead of the number of hosts being checked.
– The command to start the daemon is now more customizable.
– The log file is no longer rotated on its own. Now you need to add a “-r” option to the command to start the daemon.
Changes in 1.0.1:
– Changed the memory usage. It is now based on the number of pings done instead of
System Requirements For Bossdetector:
OS: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP
Processor: Intel Core i3 / AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core / 2 GHz or faster
Memory: 4 GB RAM or more
Graphics: Nvidia Geforce Gtx 460 / AMD Radeon HD 7770 or better
Storage: 3 GB available space or more
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible sound card
Input Device: Keyboard, mouse