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Homelab - Website Status Monitoring Tool: Uptime Kuma

Uptime Kuma

Uptime Kuma is a versatile network protocol-supported status monitoring tool. It can monitor real-time availability, response times, certificate expiration, and more for multiple custom websites, while also providing various notification methods.

Deployment (Docker Compose)

Start by creating a compose.yaml file and paste the following content:

version: "3"
    container_name: ${STACK_NAME}_app
    image: louislam/uptime-kuma:${APP_VERSION}
      - ${APP_PORT}:3001
      - ${STACK_DIR}:/app/data
    restart: always

(Optional) It is recommended to create a .env file at the same level as the compose.yaml and customize your environment variables. If you prefer not to use environment variables, you can directly customize your parameters within the compose.yaml (e.g., replace ${STACK_NAME} with uptime-kuma).

STACK_DIR=xxx # Customize your project storage path, e.g., ./uptime-kuma

# uptime-kuma
APP_PORT=xxxx # Customize the access port, ensuring it's not already in use

Finally, execute the docker compose up -d command in the same directory as compose.yaml to start the orchestrated containers.

Configuration Notes

Note: If you are using a reverse proxy, please enable the 'Websockets Support' feature.

References and Acknowledgments

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