Uptime Kuma is a self-hosted monitoring tool that you can use to monitor websites and applications in real time
Code Source: GitHub
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- Monitoring uptime for HTTP(s) / TCP / HTTP(s) Keyword / Ping / DNS Record / Push / Steam Game Server / Docker Containers
- Fancy, Reactive, Fast UI/UX
- Notifications via Telegram, Discord, Gotify, Slack, Pushover, Email (SMTP), and 90+ notification services, click here for the full list
- 20 second intervals
- Multi Languages
- Multiple status pages
- Map status pages to specific domains
- Ping chart
- Certificate info
- Proxy support
- 2FA support
Before we start, please ensure you have Docker installed. This can be installed through the Synology Package Center.
Create the Docker Folder
Head into File Station and open the Docker folder. Select Create, choose Create folder and name it uptime-kuma. (see demonstration)
Create the Scheduled Task
We will now head into Control Panel > Task Scheduler > Create > Scheduled Task and click User-defined script. (see demonstration)
Configure the Scheduled Task
In the window that appears, insert the following:
In the General tab, In the Task field, enter uptime-kuma. From the User list, select root. Uncheck the Enabled option.
In the Schedule tab, Select Run on the following date (make sure It’s today’s date). Now select Do not repeat.
In the Task Settings tab, under Notification, You can choose to turn this on, otherwise skip this. Now copy-paste the following code into the Run command area. Now click OK.
docker run -d \ --name uptime-kuma \ -p 3003:3001 \ -v /volume1/docker/uptime-kuma:/app/data \ --restart=always \ louislam/uptime-kuma:1
Important: Ensure you update the code to reflect your details.
Accept the warning prompt
When the below warning appears, press OK.
Run the Scheduled Task
From the list of tasks, select uptime-kuma. From the top menu, press Run.
When prompted to run, press Yes.
Create Reverse Proxy (Optional)
Head into Control Panel > Login Portal > Advanced. Click Reverse Proxy and then click Create. A dialog box will appear prompting you to edit the following settings (ensure you change the values to your own). If you do not yet have a DDNS, you can find a guide on how to do this here. Once done, press Save.
|Reverse Proxy Name||uptime-kuma|
|Hostname||uptime-kuma.yourhostname.me (You can change uptime-kuma to whatever you like)|
|Hostname||localhost or your Synology IP address|
That’s it installed. Open your browser and go to https://uptime-kuma.yourhostname.me or by your NAS IP such as 192.168.68.128:3003.
Choose your Username and Password and press Create.
That’s it. You can go ahead and start monitoring your self-hosting containers.
Docker Compose and Portainer
If you would prefer to install with Docker Compose or Portainer, use the following code. You can also view a demonstration here.
version: '3.3' services: uptime-kuma: container_name: uptime-kuma ports: - '3003:3001' volumes: - '/volume1/docker/uptime-kuma:/app/data' restart: always image: 'louislam/uptime-kuma:1'
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