New Plugin request -- Cronicle

  • I've been using this for my cron jobs and it's been awesome, the log history and status alerts are really great. It makes setting up some of the more complex jobs really easy. I thought it might be a nice addition to omv-extras.


    Cronicle

    OMV7 | Xeon W-1250 | 48 GB | Linux 6.5 PVE

  • Looks abit like netdata.


    If its on docker than im pretty sure ryecoaaron would not add it as its just more work for nothing.


    I'll install this.

    Plugins - compose, cputemp, omv-extras, sharerootfs.

    Drives - 1tb nvme Data, 2TB nvme Leeching, 24TB (8tbx 3 merg) Media,

    Docker - nginx-proxy-manager, plex, prowlarr, qbittorrentvpn, radarr, sonarr, watchtower.

  • I think someone created a docker container, but only for single server instances, there's quite a bit of functionality lost in docker when I tried it.


    I don't use it in docker, I have it installed on the host.

    OMV7 | Xeon W-1250 | 48 GB | Linux 6.5 PVE

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    It does look interesting. While it would be preferred to run cronicle in a docker container, I think it would limit it greatly. Running it outside of a container will install a lot of packages on the host OS though (although I see there is a script to put everything in /opt/cronicle). I've also tried to get away from creating plugins that just open another web interface but I will look at it a little more.

    omv 7.0.5-1 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.8 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.13 | compose 7.1.4 | k8s 7.1.0-3 | cputemp 7.0.1 | mergerfs 7.0.4


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  • Sure, it is pretty easy to install on the host, but there are a few extra steps required with node.js


    This is how I do it for the master node.

    OMV7 | Xeon W-1250 | 48 GB | Linux 6.5 PVE

    • Official Post

    it is pretty easy to install on the host, but there are a few extra steps required with node.js


    This is how I do it for the master node.

    If node has to be installed from a non-debian repo, then the plugin idea is out. I don't even like installing node from the Debian repos because it installs so many packages. I thought it would put everything including node in the /opt directory.

    omv 7.0.5-1 sandworm | 64 bit | 6.8 proxmox kernel

    plugins :: omvextrasorg 7.0 | kvm 7.0.13 | compose 7.1.4 | k8s 7.1.0-3 | cputemp 7.0.1 | mergerfs 7.0.4


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