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PG Monitor

A virtual target file to be read by monitoring services instead of using a static HTML page.

Why do I get a page not found error

Depending on your configuration you may need to visit the Permalink settings page and simply click save. This will refresh the permalink settings and the page will be found. You may have to repeat this process if you disable or delete this plugin.

Can I monitor WordPress and my host separately

There are two virtual target files supplied that will appear as if they are in the root of your website (although there is no physical file there)

  • monitor.htm This file will be available even if WordPress is down (it does require PHP to be working)
  • monitorWP.htm This file uses much of the WordPress infrastructure and will return failure if there is a database connectivity issue (unlike the first file)

Where do I see my monitoring results

This plugin does not perform monitoring of your site - you need a monitoring service for this. You configure the external monitoring service to point to one of the two virtual files that this plugin creates.

Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-26
Downloads: 479

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