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  1. I have some questions about functionality on Linux. If these things can be done, and I missed something, please share. If these things aren't possible, then they should be considered as feature requests. Scheduled Maintenance: Linux servers have scheduled maintenance as well. We need a way set a maintenance window on Linux servers. I considered writing a script to modify the maintenance settings in config.xml, and schedule it in crontab for the beginning and end of maintenance window. However, if the server were to not come back during the maintenance window, then a notification will
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    I must say that after almost years, it is disappointing that this is still the case. While I use Pulseway on Android on mobile, when I am on my desktop or laptop, I use the Pulseway Windows 10 app. I understand that Windows Mobile is pretty much dead, but it's sad that Pulseway has neglected the Windows 10 app.
  3. Is it possible to configure thermal monitoring in Linux like it is in Windows?
  4. This is exactly what I'm working with. I deployed a Pi on a client site and I want to monitor it. Thank you for this Chris. Do you know where we can get the ARMHF version of this package in version 0.9.8? I searched on the page https://www.debian.org/distrib/packages and came up empty. I also tried: sudo apt-get install libssl0.9.8 but the response was: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package libssl0.9.8 is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsol
  5. Hi I know this is an old post, but maybe this suggestion would be helpful. You find out what ports that database uses, and then set Pulseway to monitor those ports. Chances are, if the application hangs, then it won't respond on those network ports. Hope that is helpful. -Dan
  6. Hi Martin & Kavaa, I would suggest you create a Event Log rule in Pulseway to look for failed scheduled tasks. When a task runs or doesn't run, Windows puts something in a system event log. In Pulseway, create a rule in Notification > Event Logs. The log you are looking for is Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler\Operational. In Pulseway, scroll way down the list of available logs. It's a bit further down. This will pick up anything that fails to run because of an error (such as locked files, missing files, bad path, locked user accounts, etc). If you are using scripts for y
  7. For Windows machines, I have found that the wake up command needs a few things to work. First, the system being woken up must be connected via a wired network connection. WOL usually doesn't work over a WLAN connection. (This may be possible, but none of my system support WOL over WLAN) Second, there must be another system on the same network to send the WOL packet. So either my monitoring device (tablet or phone) must be on the same network, or there must be another system monitored by Pulseway on the same network. So for example, if I have two monitored systems on the same network, an
  8. Another suggestion would be to setup a scheduled task in Windows to run that batch file. Then you could trigger that batch file to run it when you want to. This method has the added bonus of being able to specifiy the user context that the batch file runs under.
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