handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

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Sat Apr 25, 2015 8:37 am
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handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

Brilliant plugin! Is going to make it so much easier for checking when certain things aren't updating correctly!

I do have a wee issue though.. i have a few applications i want to monitor but i can't seem to get them to show up (specifically in this case handyPrint, Dyn Updater and Hardware monitor). I've tried putting in the application path option and also the process name but no joy. Any ideas? Here's the log:

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  Z-Wave                          received "019 - Setpoint Thermostat" status update battery level 64%
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' dyn_updater$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' handyPrint$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' Hardware Monitor$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' iTunes$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'12623', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'12623', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' OpenDNS Updater$'
  Mac System Debug                requesting device "Server - App: handyPrint" action RequestStatus
  Mac System                      sent device "Server - App: handyPrint" action RequestStatus
  Mac System Debug                Device "Server - App: handyPrint" has 1 update requests stacked
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'888', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'888', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' TeamViewer$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'865', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'865', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ls -1 /Volumes | grep '^Accent HD$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: Accent HD
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'VStatus': 'on', 'onOffState': True}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ls -1 /Volumes | grep '^Drobo Pro$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: Drobo Pro
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'VStatus': 'on', 'onOffState': True}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' test$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to sleep for 8.99 seconds
  Mac System Debug                time ellapsed for dialog timer "Read volume data"
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' dyn_updater$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' handyPrint$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                Device "Server - App: handyPrint" is going to process an update request
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -wxc -olstart,pcpu,pmem,etime -p0 | sed 1d
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'PCpu': '', 'ETime': '', 'LStart': '', 'PMem': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'PCpu': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'ETime': 0, 'PStatus': 'off', 'LStart': '', 'PMem': 0}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' Hardware Monitor$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' iTunes$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'12623', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'12623', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' OpenDNS Updater$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'888', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'888', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' TeamViewer$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': u'865', 'PStatus': u'S'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': u'865', 'onOffState': True, 'PStatus': u'running'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ls -1 /Volumes | grep '^Accent HD$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: Accent HD
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'VStatus': 'on', 'onOffState': True}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell /usr/sbin/diskutil list | grep ' Accent HD  '
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'VolumeDevice': u'disk0s2', 'VolumeSize': u'249.2 GB', 'VolumeType': u'Apple_HFS'}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell /bin/df | grep 'disk0s2'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'Available': u'399988256', 'Used': u'86217696'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'pcUsed': 17L, 'VolumeSize': u'249.2 GB', 'onOffState': True, 'VolumeType': u'Apple_HFS', 'VolumeDevice': u'disk0s2', 'VStatus': 'on'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ls -1 /Volumes | grep '^Drobo Pro$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: Drobo Pro
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'VStatus': 'on', 'onOffState': True}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell /usr/sbin/diskutil list | grep ' Drobo Pro  '
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'VolumeDevice': u'disk1s2', 'VolumeSize': u'17.6 TB', 'VolumeType': u'Apple_HFS'}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell /bin/df | grep 'disk1s2'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'Available': u'10107021664', 'Used': u'24252044864'}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'pcUsed': 70L, 'VolumeSize': u'17.6 TB', 'onOffState': True, 'VolumeType': u'Apple_HFS', 'VolumeDevice': u'disk1s2', 'VStatus': 'on'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to call shell ps -awxc -opid,state,comm | grep ' test$'
  Mac System Debug                returned from shell: {'ProcessID': '', 'PStatus': ''}
  Mac System Debug                Input Keys: Values   : {'ProcessID': 0, 'onOffState': False, 'PStatus': 'off'}
  Mac System Debug                Updated Keys: Values   : {}
  Mac System Debug                going to sleep for 8.41 seconds


On a side note.. it'd be awesome to have another device type in the plugin to list the device states that Hardware Monitor can report on.. it's a really useful tool :D

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Posted on
Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:29 am
bip.philippe offline
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Re: handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

Hi,

The just released v1.2.0 version does not correct your problem.

I think that handyPrint and Dyn Updater are softwares that launch another program (a daemon) and close.
I am going to investigate that in the following days and make an update of the plugin.

Sincerely,

Posted on
Sun Apr 26, 2015 8:42 am
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Re: handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

Awesome! I was more just worried i was missing something blatantly obvious!

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Posted on
Thu May 28, 2015 1:44 pm
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Re: handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

Hi,

I have worked the last week on an enhanced version of the plug-in that will offer new devices to manage special applications as helpers and daemons.
I a going to publish it this week-end.

I have tested it with handyPrint and Dyn Updater.

Sincerely,

Posted on
Sat May 30, 2015 9:41 am
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Re: handyPrint and Dyn Updater not recognised

Awesome! I'll have a good play with it when I get back from holiday :D

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