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    What is the final goal you are trying to achieve?

    Maybe there is another way of reaching what you'd like to do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisb View Post
    Thanks for the information about the "server". I was hoping it was more like the dump1090 web server/service, where I could add files. I will have to dig a little deeper into the fr24feed to see how that works someday, my curiosity has me wondering how they serve those at run time, there would have to be code somewhere that could be modified, unless it is compiled... Which may be the case.

    Thanks again!
    Not knowing your complete setup makes it more guesswork on how to help further Krisb, but great that you are doing some bespoke extras!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBravo View Post
    What is the final goal you are trying to achieve?

    Maybe there is another way of reaching what you'd like to do...
    My goal was to add a job to my UptimeRobot to see if the service was running. I was trying to avoid using the main page as the page that gets pinged every five minutes. I have FlightAware and FlightRadar running on the same Raspberry Pi. I get alerts from FlightAware when my service is down, but that can be up to six hours. I was trying to get a more advanced warning when the service went down. It only happens once every few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krisb View Post
    My goal was to add a job to my UptimeRobot to see if the service was running. I was trying to avoid using the main page as the page that gets pinged every five minutes. I have FlightAware and FlightRadar running on the same Raspberry Pi. I get alerts from FlightAware when my service is down, but that can be up to six hours. I was trying to get a more advanced warning when the service went down. It only happens once every few months.
    Ok Krisb sounds ok - seems like the Pi is your main machine?
    I just connect to my Pi using my Win 7 on port 8754 as I check it most days.
    May have a look at writing some code also though?
    Too many hobbies here for this OAP so may take a while haha
    These little PI's are quite reliable aren't they (touch wood) but I have found it down for unknown reasons now & then, more a router problem than the Pi I guess?
    Laters Jay
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