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All is ok for me thanks

Hi,

I receive a lot of alerts by mail because of the timeout server exceeded, error 504. I changed the time-out to 20 seconds, but that does not prevent the error from occurring and sending emails to each error.

1) Is it possible to receive alerts by email only after 3 consecutive server errors?

2) Is it possible to disable email notifications when the server is running again?

Thank

Hi,

No both are not possible.

- Justin

I just made the change to the file Checker.php, if you want me to send the file to you to integrate it in your next version.

Hello,

Version 1.5 seems interesting

I expect version 1.5 to buy an extended license

A date for version 1.5?

Hello, I just noticed that following the deactivation of 2 domains to me, your monitoring system did not detect anything and continued to say that the domains were ok while they were ofline, since I pointed to an area that does not exist and monitoring indicates that the server is ok, while precisely there are no servers … http://www.hotel-lagalleria-test.com/ responde code 302 online ??? How do you explain this, I bought this monitoring to know if the websites were onlin or offline, but ultimately the monitoring does not work properly. Thanks

I found the settings of respondes code, it works now, do not consider the previous message, thanks.

Hi Justin i dont seem to be getting any monitoring working at all just unknown next to my sites. i check my cron jobs and noticed its coming back with the following: /home/~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 1: ?php: No such file or directory /home/~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 2: =: command not found /home/~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 2: //: is a directory /home/~~public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 3: =: command not found /home/~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 3: //: is a directory /home/~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 5: syntax error near unexpected token `{‘ /home/~~~/public_html/monitor/cronjob/Checker.php: line 5: `if($debug == 0) { ob_start(); }’

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npamedia

npamedia Purchased

this has been resolved

stmteam

stmteam Purchased

Hello Justin,

i really like the Uptime Monitor. My Problem is that I don’t get to set it up in a way that does not send me too many notifications. I’ve got 5 domains (webspaces) monitored at this time. The average loadingtime is 0.8sec to 3.4 secs. The timeout is 10 secs.

Every day I get 50 E-Mails like “We’ve detected that your site is back online. Your site had a load time of 0.553 seconds. Website: http://www.starsmedia.com/ HTTP Code: 200”

Whats wrong?

Best Guntram

Hello Guntram,

This is probably because your server lost the connection to this site while running the task.

- Justin

stmteam

stmteam Purchased

Yes, thats possible. but its very often. Almost every hour.. Is there a setting to make it less noisy?

Hi there,

Sorry for the late answer. No, this is not possible unfortunately.

- Justin

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