KeyMonitor is an OS X Dashboard widget which allows you to monitor the status of KeyServer.
KeyMonitor itself is very simple, but there are few things which must be done in order to allow it to work. First, you must install KeyReporter. KeyMonitor gets data from KeyReporter, which in turn gets data from KeyServer. KeyMonitor cannot communicate directly with KeyServer. Furthermore, KeyReporter must be configured to allow Guest access, since KeyMonitor always acts as a Guest. So step one before using KeyMonitor is to install KeyReporter, and configure it to point to your KeyServer and allow Guest access. For more details, see the KeyReporter document.
Next, install KeyMonitor on an OS X computer. With newer versions of OS X, you can simply double-click the KeyMonitor Widget and the OS will offer to install it in the Widgets directory. Once it is installed and you have added it to the visible widgets in Dashboard, you will see a simple interface with a text area in which to enter the KeyReporter address. This address can be either a DNS name or an IP address. Note that if you have configured KeyReporter to use a non-standard port (a port other than port 80), you will have to include the port in the address field, separated from the address by a colon. e.g. "192.168.0.1:8080". Once you have entered the address, click OK, and the widget will flip, and should show you the summary of KeyServer usage. If instead you see an error message, one of the following things may be wrong: