[Xymon] favicon location?

Kris Springer kspringer at innovateteam.com
Sat Oct 12 04:24:33 CEST 2013

No.  The favicon filenames are different based on the color of the xymon
page at any given moment.  I need a script to pull the 'current' favicon
file that's listed in the xymon.html file.  That's the file that get
re-written every time the server polls everything and refreshes itself.
 When the page color changes the 'favicon' path gets changed accordingly

When xymon.html is red, the favicon path looks like this
<link rel="shortcut icon"

When it's green it looks like this
<link rel="shortcut icon"

You can see this if you look at the source code of your xymon page in a
browser.  I need a script or something that pulls the 'live' favicon image
that's displayed in the xymon.html file.  I don't know if it's easier to
have an external script pull the image out of xymon.html, or if it's easier
to create a script that runs on the server itself and literally creates a
new html file that only has the favicon in it.

Thank you.
*Kris Springer*


On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 7:08 PM, Josh Luthman
<josh at imaginenetworksllc.com>wrote:

> Can't you just reference /favicon.ico?
> Josh Luthman
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> On Oct 11, 2013 8:59 PM, "Kris Springer" <kspringer at innovateteam.com>
> wrote:
>> I'd like to find out the html code to use inside an iframe so I can
>> display the live favicon pulled from my xymon server.  I want to add it
>> onto another site I have that others can quickly glance at and see the
>> color of Xymon without going there.  This is useful for those who are not
>> in the email alerts list.  Does anyone have any suggestions about a simple
>> little html code that pulls that data?
>> Thank you.
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