Response Time Monitoring
Response time monitoring Response time monitoring is testing how fast is your site.

Response time monitoring is testing how fast is your site. It might be accessible, but bad performance can still make it unattractive for the clients. The monitoring of the response time allows you to check how the site acts as the time goes on. Do any of the scheduled tasks, like backup, updates etc affect the performance? Does the site works well for the whole world, or some regions of interest could meet a confusing delay?

HostTracker provides a possibility to check the reaction of your site. Select Response time check on the main screen:

Create ContentCheck Task

Then, select the largest satisfactory response time for the site. Is this value is exceeded, you receive a notification. Also, all the statistics is stored in the check log, and response graph is generated. You may check this data at anytime.

Create ContentCheck Task

NOTE! Response time depends on the distance between the datacenter of your site and our checking server. It might be large enough for a remote country. To decrease this effect, select a checking region in advanced options.

Create ContentCheck Task
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How to activate API for your Host-Tracker account

HostTracker API uses widespread XML and JSON formats. Interactions with API are made by HTTP methods GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, PATCH.

To activate API for your HostTracker account, one should write a request to ht2support@host-tracker.com, with the login specified.

API stands for "application programming interface". It is one of the features for HostTracker website monitoring service, which is implemented in preset list of HTTP requests and HTTP responses for maintaining and adjusting HostTracker features for your convenience. It provides possibility to develop applications which will automatically cooperate with HostTracker service, instead of manual adjustments via user interface.
HostTracker API uses widespread XML and JSON formats. Interactions with API are made by HTTP methods GET, POST, PUT, DELETE, PATCH.

To activate API for your HostTracker account, one should write a request to ht2support@host-tracker.com, with the login specified.

REST API description:

https://www.host-tracker.com/api/web/help.html

SOAP API description:

www.host-tracker.com/api/soap/v1/help.html

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2019-01-01 100 %  
2018-10-01 100 % 49 sec(s) 0.00:00:49
2018-07-01 100 %  
2018-04-01 100 %  
2018-01-01 100 %  
2017-10-01 100 %  
2017-07-01 100 %  
2017-04-01 100 %  
2017-01-01 100 % 24 sec(s) 0.00:00:24
2016-10-01 100 %  
2016-07-01 98.49 % 1 day(s) 9 hour(s) 1.09:14:26
2016-04-01 100 %  
2016-01-01 100 % 43 sec(s) 0.00:00:43
2015-10-01 100 % 36 sec(s) 0.00:00:36
2015-07-01 100 % 52 sec(s) 0.00:00:52
2015-04-01 100 %  
2015-01-01 100 %  
2014-10-01 99.81 % 4 hour(s) 46 sec(s) 0.04:00:46
2014-07-01 100 %  
2014-04-01 100 %  
2014-01-01 100 %  
2013-10-01 100 %  
2013-07-01 100 % 2 min(s) 21 sec(s) 0.00:02:21
2013-04-01 100 %  
2013-01-01 100 % 34 sec(s) 0.00:00:34
2012-10-01 100 % 1 min(s) 58 sec(s) 0.00:01:58
2012-07-01 100 %  
2012-04-01 100 %  
2012-01-01 100 %  
2011-10-01 100 %  
2011-07-01 100 % 41 sec(s) 0.00:00:41
2011-04-01 100 %  
2011-01-01 100 % 1 min(s) 21 sec(s) 0.00:01:21
2010-10-01 99.94 % 1 hour(s) 16 min(s) 0.01:16:53
2010-07-01 99.9 % 2 hour(s) 4 min(s) 0.02:04:58
2010-04-01 100 %  
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