A newer version of Server Monitor has been uploaded. It’s a 5K download.
This version adds a CloseWindow procedure to terminate monitoring if the file is closed. It also has an ErrorLog variable in an attempt to catch any Panorama errors and avoid having the monitor and Panorama itself getting hung if a dialog pops up. The monitor window changes between red and green as an instant reference as to whether it’s active or not.
Save ServerMonitor as a file set in the same folder and name the set Autoload. Put an alias of Autoload in the Panorama folder and in the System Preferences>User, add Panorama to the start up items.
Although it’s useful as it is, ServerMonitor is a good starting point with many ways you can customize it for use on your Enterprise server.
For instance, add calls to your own procedures in ExecuteEveryMinute in order to have scheduled maintenance or chores carried out. I use mine to, once a day, send email to specific sets within my databases, create PDF reports, make backups and carry out a variety of other chores. It also records its accomplishments or failures for me. If it has to launch or force quit and restart Enterprise it sends me an email detailing the activity.
The file is saved in Custom mode but there’s no password required to unlock it and access the procedures.