App::Wubot::Plugin::OsxIdle - monitor idle time on OS X
~/wubot/config/plugins/OsxIdle/myhost.yaml --- delay: 1m
Monitor user idle time on OS X. Runs the command:
ioreg -c IOHIDSystem
in order to determine the amount of time since the last input on any keyboard or mouse.
Any time there has been more than 10 minutes of no activity, you will be considered idle.
Each time your state changes between idle and active, a message will be sent informing you the amount of time you spent in the previous state.
Also each hour you are idle or active, a message will be sent telling you the amount of time you have spent in that state. This can be useful to remind you to stretch or take a break after a certain amount of time being active.
This plugin is designed to be run every 60 seconds.
If anyone is aware of a command that can be run for other operating systems to provide idle time, please let me know.
If you want to build graphs of the amount of time you are spending active/idle, then you could use the following rule in the reactor:
- name: OS X Idle condition: key matches ^OsxIdle rules: - name: add active_min and idle_min to rrd plugin: RRD last_rule: 1 config: base_dir: /usr/home/wu/wubot/rrd fields: idle_min: GAUGE active_min: GAUGE period: - day - week graph_options: lower_limit: 0 upper_limit: 60 rigid: "" sources: - active_min - idle_min source_colors: - FF9933 - 9933FF source_drawtypes: - AREA - AREA right-axis: 1:0 width: 375
See some example graphs here:
- http://www.geekfarm.org/wu/wubot/OsxIdle-navi-daily.png - http://www.geekfarm.org/wu/wubot/OsxIdle-navi-weekly.png
If you use this plugin, you may also be interested in App::Wubot::Plugin::WorkHours.
- check( $inputs )
The standard monitor check() method.