Site Monitor is a menu bar application, that constantly checks connections between your computer and defined servers.
Connection to server is checked using PING (ICMP protocol), GET, POST or combined previous methods. Application shows current status of the connection on menu bar and menu bar menu. Site Monitor also uses Notification Center to inform about connection changes.
- checks any number of defined servers
- status of the first four servers on the list is shown on the menu bar icon
- status on the main connection is shown on the menu bar icon
- native notifications via OS X Notification Center, but you can switch it off
- PING, GET and POST method to check connection to server
- user defined checking interval for every server
- hiding application icon
Oceny i recenzje
Not worth free
Crashes constantly. When you have notifications on you get notifications balloons every time it checks even if that state has not changed from the previous one. GET is broken. I send it to an ssl sites that returns a 200 and it is marked as down in this app.
Good and simple. But I would call it a Beta.
Thanks for the app! It’s the only such tool on the AppStore. I would like to ask for the following: 1) fix the glitch when the app freezes until forced quit. 2) streamline the process of editing servers and having to hit Save button before more actions can be done to a new server. 3) allow for the green dot middle indicator in menu bar to be active. 4) Checkboxes/dropdowns to select which servers to monitor in the menu bar indicators. 5) Select with checkboxes for each entry/server to send notifications if state changes. Looking forward to the update. Thanks!!
Status Bar Icon Misleading
It’s a good start but the developers chose to only monitor the top 4 servers in the status bar. It can mislead you into believing all your servers are up when only the top 4 are up. Poor implementation. Fix this and I’ll give you 5 stars!!!
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