Add Test to a Server

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To add a test or a new test in a server click on Add New Test button and select the test that you need.

 

 

Fig. 1 - Add New Test
Fig. 1 - Add New Test

 

 

When you choose a test in the menu (Fig. 1), appear a dialog box with its respective properties.

 

Fig. 2 - Ping test properties (General)
Fig. 2 - Ping test properties (General)
 
Fig. 3 - Ping test properties (Notification)
Fig. 3 - Ping test properties (Notification)

 

 

The dialog boxes above belong to the ping test.

In the general tab, you can select the Host which is going to generate the test and the time elapsed among test to verify if the server is up or down.  Besides you can enter a username and a keyword to maintain the test configuration safe.(Fig. 2)

 

On the other hand, in the Notification tab you can configure, after as many as tries, to send an error message or alarms and the quantity of seconds that should be left to pass between the first error and the next.  Besides you can configure the action that should be taken when the message appear whether to do not anything, to show an error message or to send a mail with said error to a booth of email. (Fig. 3)

 

In the General tab you can enter the quantity of seconds among intents to verify if the Host is up or down (Fig. 2).  Besides in the Notification tab you can configure each as many failures is presented an error message or danger and each as many as seconds of to have failed reintentar the operation.

 

Fig. 4 - Http test properties (General)
Fig. 4 - Http test properties (General)
 
Fig. 5 - Http test properties (Notification)
Fig. 5 - Http test properties (Notification)

 

The dialog boxes above belong to the http test.

On test http properties, on General tab, you can select the host that you want execute the test and the quantity of seconds between connections to verify if the Server is up or down. (Fig. 4)

On Notification tab you can set up the quantity of errors before showing a warning message and the numbers of seconds that you want to pass before the Server retry the test.  Also you want to set the action taken by the system when a failed occur. (Fig. 5)

 

 

Fig. 6 - TCP test properties (General)
Fig. 6 - TCP test properties (General)
 
Fig. 7 - TCP test properties (Notification)
Fig. 7 - TCP test properties (Notification)

 

 

The dialog boxes above belong to the tcp test.

 

If the test that you need is the tcp test, click on Add New Test and select Tcp Test. Then appear a dialog box in which you can set, in the general tab, the host that you pretend execute the test also you can set the port as well as the time that you want pass between tests. (Fig. 6)

In the same way that in the previous test, in the Notification tab, you can set all the referring about quantity of errors before showing a warning message and the numbers of seconds that you want to pass before the Server retry the test.  Also you want to set the action taken by the system when a failed occur. (Fig. 7)

 

Another way to add a test to a Server is: right click on the Server that you want to add a test and then select the option Add New Test and the test that you want. (Fig. 8)

 

Fig. 8 - Other way to select a new test from a server
Fig. 8 - Other way to select a new test from a server