You can import a CSV file in order to insert checks into monitoring.


Structure the CSV file as follows:

Name

Arguments

Check name

Group_ID

check_ping

a:3:{s:4:"host";s:17:"www.braintower.de";s:5:"count";s:1:"4";s:7:"timeout";s:2:"10";}

Ping

1

check_http

a:1:{s:3:"url";s:24:"http://www.braintower.de";}

CheckHTTP

1

check_http_auth

a:3:{s:3:"url";s:31:"http://www.braintower.de/secure";s:4:"user";s:13:"Administrator";s:8:"password";s:6:"secret";}

CheckHTTPAuth

1

check_port

a:3:{s:4:"host";s:17:"www.braintower.de";s:4:"port";s:2:"80";s:7:"timeout";s:2:"10";}

CheckPort

1

Name
Name of the check
The name of the check can be randomly selected.

Arguments
Arguments required by the check
Each check requires different arguments, e.g.: host, port, timeout, number of pings, website to be monitored, user name, password.

Checkname
Check which is to be performed

Group_ID
ID of the user group which is to be alerted if the check fails


The column headings must be taken into the CSV file.


If integrated monitoring notices a failure, the members of the set group are alerted by text message. The monitoring group with the ID 1 is intended by way of standard. If you license the Recipient groups module, you have the possibility to notify further groups.