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This bot has been discontinued and replaced with this one: https://forums.bohemia.net/forums/topic/231021-stans-server-monitor-bot/ Arma server monitor discord bot I recently made a discord bot that is able to monitor arma server to check if they go down. Additionally it also allows user to check the amount of players on server etc. There are other noteworthy features that are mentioned bellow. In this post I'm providing the source code for this bot so you can host your own bot doing this. Features Support for an unlimited amount of arma and teamspeak servers Pings given roles or users if one of those servers goes down The ability to turn those pings of for servers dynamically Logging for the number of players on those servers (can be turned on or off for every individual server) The ability to change how often the status of those servers should be checked The ability for users with certain roles to launch certain queries to those servers A 2 tier system for all bot commands (admin tier and normal users. Normal users can only run a limited amount of commands, admins can run every commend (see available commands) The ability to reread the config without having to restart the bot The ability to mute all down pings between 2 given hours (for scheduled restarts) The ability to upload missions to a server and change the default mission for a server The ability to launch and stop servers with this bot The bot is restricted to 1 channel A timeout between pings for the same server being down RSS reader support Uses discord embeds Available commands Usage This is simply source code, this is not a bot you can add to your server. You need to create your own bot and host this code. To create a bot I suggest googling 'how to create a discord bot', at the time of writing there are several very good tutorials available. To host the code; download the source from the link provided bellow, open the readme and read through it carefully, edit the config.json in the \config directory (there is a configExplenation.txt available in the same directory with some extra explanation on what each value is/does) and finally start the bot up using the commands provided in the readme. Requirements This bot requires node.js and a discord bot License This work is licensed under Apache License 2.0, full license included on the gitlab. Download - Bugs Please report bugs here or on the issue section of the above linked gitlab Planned features uploading missions via a link in addition to the traditional way Feel free to make suggestions though (but I make no promises about putting them in, all I promise is that I'll try) Updates