What are and how to use Cron Jobs?

What are and how to Use Cron Jobs

Photo by Pexels from pixabay.com Want to make sure your daily backups are running? Take a look at PushMon, the easiest way to monitor your cron and scheduled tasks. What are Cron Jobs? Cron job is a scheduling tool that allows you to control tasks to be performed at preconfigured times. Through it you can configure automatic tasks, that is, … Read More

PushMon wins the 2018 “Great User Experience” award for Task Management Software from FinancesOnline Reviews!

PushMon Wins

PushMon is delighted to announce winning the 2018 “Great User Experience” award along with “The Rising star” award from FinancesOnline! The year 2018 has been especially rewarding for all of us here at PushMon, and our latest honor gives us a big new reason to celebrate. PushMon was conferred with the prestigious 2018 “Great User Experience” Award and the 2018 … Read More

4 Steps to Monitor Your Cron Jobs Using PushMon

The Linux operating system provides a powerful feature for scheduling certain programs to run on a predefined frequency – this feature is popularly known as “Cron”. Developers create a “Shell Script” for running a Cron job. Cron jobs are used for several things and are a frequently used feature of the Linux operating system. It is imperative to keep a … Read More

Release 1.21 – Update Stripe Card Feature, Schedule Bug Fix

Release Notes

Modifications in PushMon 1.21 Release New Feature Update Credit Card For our paid subscribers, we have provided an interface so you can update your credit card information in Stripe. Simply go to the View Account page and the Update Credit Card button will be available. Note that PushMon does not store any of your card information. Bug Fix every lastXXXOfMonth schedule … Read More

Tips and metrics for application monitoring

Photo by Geralt from pixabay.com Want to make sure your daily backups are running? Take a look at PushMon, the easiest way to monitor your cron and scheduled tasks. Introduction There is a digital revolution happening in all sectors of society, driven by consumers who are increasingly eager for innovation. In a market driven by the maxim “time is money”, … Read More

Updates on Windows Batch and Bash Script Sample Code

We have updated the PushMon sample code for Windows Batch File and Bash Script: Use cURL as preferred method to ping PushMon URLs. In case errors occur, ping command will not be executed. For other code samples, visit the sample code page.

Release 1.20 – Minor Release

This is a minor release to change some of the wordings in PushMon notifications: Alert Notifications “Schedule URL” in notifications was modified to “Schedule ID” to make it more accurate. PushMon URLs look like http://pshmn.com/<Schedule ID>. Example: http://pshmn.com/WgxnYk0 Phone and SMS multiple numbers support: You can now include multiple phone or mobile numbers using comma as a separator.

Release 1.19 – New Schedules, Multiple Phone Numbers

New features for PushMon 1.19 release: New Schedules every 5 minutes (Paid Plan) every firstSunOfMonth, every firstMonOfMonth, … , every firstFriOfMonth every lastSunOfMonth, every lastMonOfMonth, … , every lastFriOfMonth every X within N days (e.g. every 1st within 3 days) Already supported are “every X hours within N hours” and “every X minutes within N minutes” Multiple phone numbers Users … Read More

Release 1.18 – IFTTT Service

New feature for this release: * IFTTT Service support PushMon users who have IFTTT accounts can now be alerted by any available IFTTT notification services by providing their IFTTT Webhooks Service Key. For more details, here’s how to use IFTTT on PushMon. * YM removal PushMon will no longer support Yahoo Messenger alerts. * Bug fixes

How to use IFTTT on PushMon

1) Create PushMon applets Sign in to your IFTTT account. Go to your IFTTT applets page and create a new applet. Follow through the guide provided by IFTTT in creating a new applet. Choose a service by clicking the “this” icon. Search and select the Webhooks service. Create a trigger by clicking the Receive a web request box. Enter “pushmon_alert” … Read More