Change the Server Resource Usage Warnings for multiple Uptime Monitors at once

Before getting started, please note that in order to get Server Resource Usage Warnings, you must first install our Server Monitoring Agent on your server. For more info on how to do this, please see the following articles: https://docs.hetrixtools.com/install-the-hetrixtools-server-monitor-agent/ https://docs.hetrixtools.com/install-the-php-version-of-the-server-monitoring-agent/ Once you’ve got the monitoring agent installed on several of your Uptime Monitors, you can […]

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How to order Categories

Once you’ve assigned categories to your Uptime Monitors, as described in this documentation article here, you may want to arrange or re-arrange these categories in a certain order. To start re-arranging these categories, simply assign numbers in front of their names, in your Uptime Monitors list. Let’s say we want to have the ‘Mail Servers’ category […]

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Clone an Uptime Monitor

You can quickly create new similar Uptime Monitors, with our “Clone Uptime Monitor” feature. To get you started, go to the drop-down action menu of the monitor you wish to clone, and select “Clone Uptime Monitor”. A new pop-up window will appear with all the monitor details that you wish to clone. Now we’ll just […]

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Uptime Monitoring Webhook Notifications

Assign a webhook url to any of your contact lists, so you can receive Uptime Monitoring notifications in real time, directly to your platform. Our system will post JSON data to your Webhook script. Here’s an example: { “monitor_id”:”ThisWillBeTheMonitorID32CharLong”, “monitor_name”:”Test Monitor Label”, “monitor_target”:”http:\/\/this-is-a-test.com\/”, “monitor_type”:”website”, “monitor_category”:”Test Category”, “monitor_status”:”offline”,   “timestamp”:1499666192, “monitor_errors”:{ “New York”:”http code 403″, “San […]

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Nameserver Monitoring

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. When monitoring the uptime of a target that contains a domain name, our system will try to determine the domain’s nameservers. This is enabled by default. There are no extra settings you need to configure. *Nameservers are checked every 15 minutes for any Uptime […]

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Domain Expiration Monitoring

This feature is included for free in our Uptime Monitor service. When monitoring the uptime of a target that contains a domain name, our system will try to determine the domain’s expiration date. This is enabled by default. There are no extra settings you need to configure. Once you’ve added the Uptime Monitor containing the domain […]

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PagerDuty Integration

In order to start receiving notifications from our platform to your PagerDuty account you’ll need to follow these steps. First off, if you haven’t already done so, create a PagerDuty account: https://www.pagerduty.com/ Now, once you log into your PagerDuty account, go to the top menu > Configuration > Services On the next page click the “Add […]

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