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    Free monitoring websites

    Hello all,


    Can you list the best free monitoring service websites you know ? Thank you.

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    I use host-tracker.com So far so good.

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    IMO, if you don't have awstats on the webhost, google analytics

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    I think he means uptime. if not woops. Didn't think about stats.

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    ah good point... hmm not sure

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    Maybe some input on their pro's and con's would help also.
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    , it is good to know as well. I did not know google has it.

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    we use host-tracker.com
    they provide 1 minute interval service with arnd 30 different locations
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    Quote Originally Posted by hashcoder
    we use host-tracker.com
    they provide 1 minute interval service with arnd 30 different locations
    I use them at 5 minute intervals. No sense filling up my stats with wasted page views
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyHostingTalk
    , it is good to know as well. I did not know google has it.
    so did you mean a tracker to see your visitor info?

    or a tracker to monitor your site's uptime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiyan
    so did you mean a tracker to see your visitor info?

    or a tracker to monitor your site's uptime?
    Host-Tracker keeps tabs on your uptime at preset intervals.

    As far as site visitors are concerned, doesn't your host provide that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene Steinberg
    Host-Tracker keeps tabs on your uptime at preset intervals.

    As far as site visitors are concerned, doesn't your host provide that?
    I believe he was asking the original poster what he wanted. It's not very clear in the first post. It just says tracker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john90
    I believe he was asking the original poster what he wanted. It's not very clear in the first post. It just says tracker.
    He refers to a free monitoring tracker, and usually that would refer to performance and/or uptime. Atfter all, just about all Web hosts I know about offer stats and a stat-reader, such as Analog, AWStats or a proprietary product.
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    Please delete my post. I don't want to argue with this guy.

    Gene: Your the one making assumptions. I asked him what he wanted and you replied with some crap.
    Last edited by john90; 03-07-2007 at 09:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john90
    Read some post buddy. Earlier I asked if he wanted a stats viewer or a uptime tracker. And then someone else posted something and you said something and i mentioned that THE TOPIC STARTERS first post was not very clear.
    Actually he said, "Can you list the best free monitoring service websites you know ? Thank you."

    At this point, let's stop the assumptions and let that poster figure it out and tell us what he or she wants.
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    I use them at 5 minute intervals. No sense filling up my stats with wasted page views
    So I'm not the only one using that logic. I guess it does depend on how "downtime sensitive" one is though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldcdc
    So I'm not the only one using that logic. I guess it does depend on how "downtime sensitive" one is though.
    These forums have made me paranoid. I never used to worry about this stuff, figuring all hosts had downtime at one occasion or another.
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    i use
    host-tracker

    and unialert

    if i had to take my pick between the two, i'd go with unialert. they only allow checks in 5 minute intervals but the reporting is thorough and the interface is easy to use.. plus it's free!

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