POST method example
POST method example Example of monitoring a webform with POST method.

For example you have such simple form:
form action="some-site.com/some-script.cgi" method=post
input type=text name=login value=''
input type=password name=password value=''
input type=submit name='Submit' value='Login'
/form
User fill this form with value login: Peter and password: 1234 and click submit. If everything is Ok, script prints "LoginOk" on the result page.
For making a monitoring task to control this script, create task with next fields:

URL: some-site.com/some-script.cgi
Http Method: choose POST
In "POST parameters" field you should add three strings:
login=Peter
password=1234
Submit=Login
In "Content check" field: LoginOk
Results: HostTracker with every check will fill this form and assume that it is OK if the set keyword LoginOk is returned.

  • CM.Glossary.WebsiteMonitoring
  • CM.Glossary.HTTPMethods
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Integrating Slack with HostTracker: How to set up your account

Integration with Slack lets you receive alerts from HostTracker in your Slack channels.

  1. Sign up at slack.com
  2. Being signed in into slack, visit this page: https://my.slack.com/apps/A0F7XDUAZ-incoming-webhooks and click “add configuration”.

    3.  Select channel (in this case - general) and click “add Incoming WebHooks integraion”:

    4.  On the next screen, you’ll see the URL that is required for HostTracker contact setup. You can also read about additional settings here:

    5.  Now visit www.host-tracker.com, sign in and click “Add contact -> Slack”, insert the URL from the previous section here:

    6.  For basic setup, do not change other fields, default values should work. Save the contact and assign notifications for it: https://www.host-tracker.com/Subscription/Alerts

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Passive Monitoring Passive Monitoring is the way to check the site performance by server-side software.

Passive Monitoring is the way to check the site performance by server-side software. It can create the exact copy of incoming traffic for analysis, or it can operate on real traffic. Passive monitoring may collect statistics and watch over some important values, like traffic consumption, number of visitors etc. Also it is handy to analyze the real workflow on your site. However, only server-side errors could be caught. If case of broken Іnternet connection or other Internet-related errors, passive monitoring fails - as it shows only the server performance which is Ok. You'll notice the the lack of visitors, but this fact does not appear immediately. And this is the main difference between the Passive Monitoring (server-side) and Active Monitoring (third-party).

  • CM.Glossary.WebsiteMonitoring
  • CM.Glossary.Downtime
  • CM.Glossary.DistributedMonitoring
  • CM.Glossary.ActiveMonitoring
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