MONITORING > Uptime Monitoringsection, and select
New Uptime Test. Choose the
TCPtest type and fill in the required values, including your server's IP address, port, test name, and contact group that contains details about users who will receive notifications.
ALERTING > Integrationssection.
Watcher Infoservices that will serve separate API endpoints and provide different access levels to the network. Most of the time you'll be using the
Watcher Infoservice but you should monitor both.
Watcher Infoto become inactive, even if its server is up. This can happen due to sudden configuration changes, internet, or hardware issues with your VPS provider.
$USER- the name of the user with root privileges used to log into the remote server. Default: root.
$REMOTE_SERVER- an ip address of your remote server.
$PORT- a port used to connect to the server. Default: 22.
New installationto your server's terminal and press Enter:
UX Monitoring > Synthetic Tests. Click
Get Startedand select the
New API Test.
$REMOTE_SERVER- an IP address of your remote server.
successstatus. To do that, select the
successfield in the
BODYresult section. This will add the corresponding assertion as follows:
UX Monitoring > Synthetic Testssections.
Watcher Infostatus check has the same approach as described above. When creating a new synthetic test, replace the Define request as follows:
success:trueand follow the rest of the steps.