[SUPPORT] SmartPhoneLover - Monitoror

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This docker template was created based on an already available official docker image


Website: https://monitoror.com/

Documentation: https://monitoror.com/documentation/

DockerHub: https://hub.docker.com/r/monitoror/monitoror

GitHub: https://github.com/monitoror/monitoror

My Repository: https://github.com/SmartPhoneLover/unraid-docker-templates



Monitoror is a wallboard monitoring app to monitor server status; monitor CI builds progress or even display critical values.


Here you can see a live demo:


As I applied the workarround to allow Monitoror to read the JSON locally, you will need to copy and paste the following lines in a file named 'config.json'. Then, place it under '/mnt/user/appdata/Monitoror/*' directory, and now you can build the container.

  "version": "2.0",
  "columns": 2,
  "tiles": [
    { "type": "PORT", "label": "Welcome config example", "params": { "hostname": "", "port": 9999 } },
    { "type": "HTTP-RAW", "label": "Monitoror stars", "params": { "url": "https://github.com/monitoror/monitoror", "regex": "(\\d+) users starred" } }



• Use the 'Directory (config)' path to store the 'config.json' file, so Monitoror can read it directly from the host. You can also use an URL (i.e.: NextCloud) to pass the JSON, using the 'MO_CONFIG' variable.


1.0 (2021-12-04)



If you are going to report a bug or request something to be added/modified, please, take into consideration that I will only be able to apply changes for the work I own only. For example, if I create a docker template for an already existing docker image (not created by me), I won't be able to do more for that image than forward your report or request to the owner of the project.



If you like my work, please consider making a little donation.


Thank you very much 🙂

Edited by SmartPhoneLover
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Hi @xenoblade


The port configuration is correct in your case. It just shows you the internal port exposed, which is: 8080, but you're connecting through 8180 actually. If it wouldn't work, you couldn't see that page.


The 'Your configuration URL or path seems broken, please verify it' message is related to the configuration file. In other words, Moritoror is telling you that the 'config.json' failed to be read due to a problem on the path you have configured on the corresponding section of the template.


Please, tell me, how and where did you place, and what content did you write on the JSON file?



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