[How to fix] Windows Server Monitoring Agent doesn’t start after server reboot

This issue may appear on some (older) versions of Windows:https://superuser.com/questions/1026496/automatic-services-doesnt-start-automatically-after-windows-restart In order to fix this issue you’ll need to switch the “HetrixTools Agent” service startup type from “Automatic” to “Automatic (Delayed Start)”. Here’s the steps you’ll need to follow in order to achieve this.(this must be done after you’ve installed the HetrixTools Windows Agent) Start […]

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v1 Get AgentID

API Call Name: v1 Get AgentID API Call URL: https://api.hetrixtools.com/v1/<API_TOKEN>/get/agentid/<UPTIME_MONITOR_ID>/ API Call Info: This API Call is used to get (or generate) the unique Server Agent ID attached to an Uptime Monitor. If there is no Server Agent ID attached to the Uptime Monitor that you are requesting it for, a new one will be […]

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v1 Server Stats

API Call Name: v1 Server Stats API Call URL: https://api.hetrixtools.com/v1/<API_TOKEN>/server/stats/<UPTIME_MONITOR_ID>/ API Call Info: This API Call is used to fetch Server Stats sent by your Monitoring Agent to our platform. To use this API Call, you need to have the Server Monitoring Agent installed on your server:https://docs.hetrixtools.com/category/server-monitor/ API Call Link Variables: <API_TOKEN> – your API […]

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Attach a Server Monitor to any of your Uptime Monitors

If you wish to monitor your server’s resource usage, using our Server Monitor Agent, you don’t necessarily have to add a ‘Server Agent Monitor‘ to your account as a separate Uptime Monitor, you can just attach the Server Monitor Agent to any of your existing Uptime Monitors, as explained below. Start by going to your […]

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Filter Uptime Monitors Based on Current Warning Status

Using this filter feature you can easily see only the Uptime Monitors that require your attention. To get started, head to your Uptime Monitors dashboard from the top side menu in your client area: On this page, locate the ‘Filter’ drop-down menu on the top right side of the panel, and select ‘Based on Warnings’, […]

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Install the PHP version of the Server Monitoring Agent (on DirectAdmin)

In this guide we’ll describe how to install our PHP Server Monitoring Agent on your shared hosting environment that’s running on the DirectAdmin control panel. Step 1: Download the “hetrixtools_agent.php” file from GitHub and save it on your local computer. (a)Right-click on the link below, then select “Save Link As…”:https://raw.githubusercontent.com/hetrixtools/agent-php/master/hetrixtools_agent.php Step 2: Upload the “hetrixtools_agent.php” […]

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Add a Server Agent Monitor

The ‘Server Agent Monitor’ is a particular type of Uptime Monitoring, as our monitoring locations will not ping your target, but instead your target will ping our platform, in order to let it know it is online. This Uptime Monitor type uses our Server Monitoring Agent to send data to our platform every minute. In […]

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Reboot Required Warning

As you may very well know, linux servers sometimes require to be rebooted in order for updates to be installed and take full effect. Some distributions make the reboot requirement quite obvious by showing you a message like the one below when you’re logging into your server via SSH. Starting with version 1.5.6 of our […]

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View Running Processes

Starting off with version 1.5.4 of our SSH Server Monitoring Agent, you can now view the running processes in your HetrixTools Server Monitoring Dashboard. Here’s how to access this info. Begin by going to your Uptime Monitors page in your dashboard: Click on the Uptime Monitor name that you wish to view the Server Monitoring […]

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HDD/SSD/NVMe Drive Health Monitor

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. [Available on our Linux Server Monitor Agent Version: 1.5.3+]https://github.com/hetrixtools/agent Required software: To monitor the health of your disks, you need to have ‘S.M.A.R.T.’ installed on your server. It’s likely that you already have this package installed on your server, and if not, then it’s […]

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