Wubot::Plugin::WorkHours - track of the number of hours you are active/idle
~/wubot/config/plugins//WorkHours/myhost.yaml --- tablename: idle dbfile: /Users/wu/wubot/sqlite/idle.sql delay: 10m
In order to use this plugin, you must have enabled an idle plugin monitor such as Wubot::Plugin::OsxIdle.
You will also need a rule that saves the idle time into a sqlite database, e.g.:
- name: OS X Idle condition: key matches ^OsxIdle rules: - name: store in SQLite database plugin: SQLite config: file: /usr/home/wu/wubot/sqlite/idle.sql tablename: idle
The 'idle' table schema is distributed in the wubot tarball, in the config/schema subdirectory. Please copy all schemas in that directory to ~/wubot/schemas/.
Once you have the idle plugin saving data to a sqlite database, and you have enabled the WorkHours monitor using the config above, then you can use the following reactor rules to build the workhours graphs and to store your workhours data in a SQLite database.
- name: Work Hours condition: key matches ^WorkHours rules: - name: store in SQLite plugin: SQLite config: file: /usr/home/wu/wubot/sqlite/workhours.sql tablename: workhours - name: store and graph with RRD plugin: RRD config: base_dir: /usr/home/wu/wubot/rrd fields: idle_hours: GAUGE active_hours: GAUGE period: - day - week - month heartbeat: 1800 graph_options: sources: - active_hours - idle_hours source_colors: - FF9933 - 9933FF source_drawtypes: - AREA - LINE right-axis: 1:0 width: 375
- check( $inputs )
The standard monitor check() method.