i am currently looking to create a new probe which will monitor the URL, like availbility, response time etc. I want to do it using wget. can any guid me how to do it.
Perl SDK could answer your need :
(Linux not done yet, but that the same kind of steps).
And if you need an editor (VS Code should be enougth).
A portable version exist too (if you are working with a proxy for example, that's perfect).
If you need some code sample look at the Code Wizard (only available for Windows). The package can be downloaded like all others in the nimsoft archive.
After installation look at : Nimsoft\sdk\bin\CodeWizard.exe
And to finish dont hesitate to look at my Perl SDK documentation : https://uim-community.github.io/Perl-SDK/
- All examples (with some more created by me in bonus).
- Useful community links on how to deploy and configure your package for Perl probe.
And for your need Something like this should be enougth
use LWP::Simple;$contents = get("http://YOUR_URL_HERE");
And after that making some time calcule with QoS or Alarm ?
Is there a reason you are not using url_response or logmon?
I donot have a license for Url_response probe and for logmon probe it has performance problems when I start monitoring 20 or 30 URL’s
what about the net_connect probe?
net_connect (Network Connectivity Monitoring) Release Notes - CA Unified Infrastructure Management Probes - CA Technolog…
otherwise you can look at the probe SDK (if you prefer java over perl):
Probe Software Developer Kit - CA Unified Infrastructure Management Probes - CA Technologies Documentation
and the SDK cookbook:
Probe SDK Cookbook - CA Unified Infrastructure Management Probes - CA Technologies Documentation
I have been looking into the documents, can you help me with particular data,
1. I am looking for URL monitoring like what is in URL_response probe. I need to monitor the availability, response time, latency etc. can you let me know how to configure this using net_connect or logmon probes.
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