Reviews: Sort apache server-status

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Igor DovečerNov 14, 2016

How to make it work with your hostname: 1. copy extension folder to new folder in extension (for example, I renamed 1.5.1_0 to serverstatus) 2. remove/delete original extension 3. edit copied extension, change manifest.json localhost to your desired hostname 4. also rename _metadata folder name to metadata 5. add extension as unpacked extension and select your new folder

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Sacha GriffinSep 20, 2016

Doesn't work unless it's exactly the url it expect..

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Tarnazar SamaelMay 16, 2016

Just modify manifest.json file something like this "matches": [ "http://*/server-status*" ] And it works great.

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Can YıldızAug 21, 2015

It must let user change settings for Server Status url. It's not "localhost" always and URL is not "server-status" always too.

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Wouter ThielenMay 8, 2015

Only on localhost? Can it be updated so that it matches any */server-status* URL? Most people manage servers that are not on localhost :)

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