FAQ about HTTP-alerts
- HTTP-alert: what is it?
- We send GET request with parameters described below to your script when checked service become offline or online. For example we check http://site.com/. When it will be offline we will send GET request to http://another-site.com/script.php.
- What parameters do you send in HTTP-alerts?
- id — ID of the task.
- time — timestamp.
- skey — md5([secret key used when create HTTP-alert][id of the task][time]). This parameter we will send only if you input secret key when create HTTP-alert.
- status — status of the task: OK if checked service is online after it was offline; not OK if we found error (error description will be in this parameter).
- tm — monitoring point which receive last result if you choose algorithm not Auto.
- tip — if HTTP-alert about blacklist check we will send here blacklist; if HTTP-alert about WHOIS information change we will send here whois.
- What answer must my script send?
- Your script must answer with HTTP-code 200–399.
- What will be if my script doesn't answer?
- We send request again one time after several seconds.
- What is the price of HTTP-alerts?
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