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HTTP Monitoring


SLCheck can monitor your webserver by requesting a certain URL periodically, e.g. once a minute.

The command is:

SLCheck -p 80 -a www.website.com -u / -r "HTTP/1.1 200 OK"

SLCheck tries to establish a connection to server www.website.com and sends a HTTP GET request. The results are logged in file SLReport.csv. In dependence of the answer one of the following batch files will be executed:
  • CheckOK.cmd if the GET request was successfull. That means that the webserver has answered with the right answer string "HTTP/1.1 200 OK" within 2000ms. Thats the default timeout, you can change it with option -w. If you don't want a batch file to be executed if the attempt is successful you can add option -NoOkBatch.
  • CheckTimeout.cmd if the server doesn't answer within 2000ms.
  • CheckMismatch.cmd if the servers answers with a different answer string, e.g. "HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found"

If you don't want any batch files to run (only logging) you can add option -NoBatch. Use -NoErrorBatch to suppress the execution of CheckTimeout.cmd and CheckMismatch.cmd.

Read how to check your Webserver (port 80) with the telnet command.

 

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