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SWATd lets you configure 'sensors' that check your PC's external environment
SWATd lets you configure 'sensors' that check your PC's external environment. When enough sensors 'fail', SWATd will run a script for you.
Sensors are commands or scripts that get executed repeatedly. A sensor is said to fail when its exit code makes a transition from zero (working) to non-zero (not working). This makes configuration easy and powerful. For example, you can make a sensor that checks if your website is online, and then make a command to alert you when the sensor fails.
Christopher M. Hobbs
13 May 2016
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