Cron jobs are automated tasks that are run on a schedule, and they are a common way to automate processes on a Linux or Unix-based system. Cron job monitoring is the process of ensuring that these automated tasks are running correctly and on schedule.
RoboMiri comes with a very easy way to create your own Keyword Uptime Monitor. What is a Keyword Monitor? A Keyword Monitor is a type of uptime monitor that lets you search on a page for the existence or inexistence of a given single or multiple words. It sends a scheduled ping to your service and waits for an answer in a given timeframe, also known as a timeout. If the ping can resolve, the monitor is marked as UP, otherwise, it is marked as DOWN. How RoboMiri does do this? RoboMiri is following the same principle. First, it sends a ping request to your server and waits for a successful connection. If it gets the connection, then the monitor is marked as UP and the response time is saved in order to create a statistic with it, so you can see how long your server is taking to respond. The main server of RoboMiri is based in London, so it measures the response time from London. If the monitored service is not responding to the first ping request (our requests are blocked b