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endstat is an easy-to-use Endpoint Status checking tool, meant for checking the health of various web locations. It supports arbitrary domains and ports, status matching, and body matching using ron, a quick-to-understand config file notation, built in Rust using actix.

My motivation was that I wanted to make a dashboard that was easy-to-use to make sure my homelab services were running when I screwed around with config files.


  • Arbitrary ports
  • Expected body and/or status code responses
  • Optional no redirect following
  • API endpoints (/api, /rss)
  • Webhooks

Getting started

There's an example config file that you can simply rename to endstat_conf.ron. It should be a relatively comprehensive example of what sort of flexibility endstat offers.

If you're building from source, execute cargo run.

If you've gotten this binary from somewhere else, simply execute it.