WEB Tool for monitoring downtime and response times preferably hourly?

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  1. Insert Tokens

    Insert Tokens Making Cancer My Bitch OT Supporter

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    Tried googling it, there's so many dodgy sites out there offering these services that you can tell are a scam..

    Also most of them just offer a simple downtime check.. which I currently already do with aremysitesup.com ..

    What I really would like, is an hourly check of the site, that logs whether it's up, but also response time and load time.. and then you can get graphs and averages over time.. has to be web-based too, not server software..

    Is there anything like this?
     
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    Zephyr New Member

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    i use siteuptime.com its free for 1 domain.

    doesnt do load/reponse time though i think.
     
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    Munin or pingdom.com
     
  4. Insert Tokens

    Insert Tokens Making Cancer My Bitch OT Supporter

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    Pingdom looks good.. signed up for the trial..
     
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    i got a free trial with pingdom for a year, great service, checked every 5mins and sent a SMS if site was down.
     
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    Pingdom is pretty good. :)
     
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    You could write a script to do all that yourself in like 5 min :o.


    If you're serious about it, Nagios is the way to go. Otherwise I guess one of those ping services are ok, I wouldn't pay for one though :o
     
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