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5.13. Monitoring

  1. Make sure to link to your account Telegramaccount... If not, then bind it.
  2. Open the section "Dedicated"And switch to the"Monitoring ».
  3. Click "Add rule».
  4. Select a verification method, specify its parameters and click “Add rule»:
    When using this method, the system refers to the specified URL or IP, receives a page from the server and checks for the presence of the specified word on it.

    • «Verification method"- select"HTTP».
    • «URL or IP"- specify:
      • Or a link to a page that will check the server's availability.
      • Or the IP address of the server, if the checked page is available when accessed directly by IP.
    • «Search word"- specify the word that the system should check for on the page.
    • «Check frequency»- select the interval with which the system should perform the check (5, 10, 30 or 60 minutes).
    • «Ignoring after error»- select the period during which the system will not send repeated notifications after the first detection of a problem (30, 60 or 120 minutes). The option is designed to prevent the bot from spamming messages while the problem is being solved.
    When using this method, the system using the utility telnet contacts the server on the specified domain or IP and checks for a connection on the specified port.

    • «Verification method"- select"Telnet».
    • «Domain or IP"- specify:
      • Or the domain by which the server availability will be checked.
      • Or the IP address of the server.
    • «Port»- specify the port number, the availability of which the system should check.
    • «Check frequency»- select the interval with which the system should perform the check (5, 10, 30 or 60 minutes).
    • «Ignoring after error»- select the period during which the system will not send repeated notifications after the first detection of a problem (30, 60 or 120 minutes). The option is designed to prevent the bot from spamming messages while the problem is being solved.

All added rules are displayed in the list:

  • «Monitoring method"- the selected verification method: HTTP or Telnet.
  • «Options»- parameters of the selected method.
  • «Last check"- date and time of the last check.
  • «Next check"- date and time of the next check.
  • Buttons:
    • «Test run of check»- forced start of the scan (updates the time of the last scan).
    • «Suspend / resume rule"- temporary disabling and enabling the rule.
    • «Edit rule»- change the parameters of the selected method for this rule.
    • «Delete rule"- deleting the rule.