@JeanFred Completely fresh install, i.e. docker-compose up -d
And yes, it sounds to me like #546 is the right angle
So @frankh just pulled out 0.11 from Pypi
Hi!. I was integrating with Alerta because i needed an API for incoming events feed (from nagios/icinga/etc) that i later on could group into services. It seems that cabot does not provide an incoming events feed at all?
anyone here has experience with migrating cabot to a new server?
I found this old issue arachnys/cabot#324 but it’s not resolved as of now...
Hi there. Anyone know why Caddy is trying to come up on port 80? docker-compose.yml has 0.0.0.0:5000:5000, and the Caddyfile is http://web:5000. I'm not sure where it is getting the port 80 reference
Disregard, found it.
Thanks for your work guys!, I'm up and running pretty painlessly with ubuntu server and docker. I had an error about version 2 when it expected version 2.1 on the yml files, but I changed them and it worked just fine.
Not sure if I'm only missing sth, or does cabot not offer some kind of public status page, similar to something like the status page of uptimerobot, or statuspage.io Can someone correct me here? (I'll probably be setting up cabot either way)
@greenbigfrog A public view system was added by @pablodgonzalez in 2017 (issue #533). Services can be individually tagged as public / not public, and unlogged users can see a list of these public services. Would that fit your use case? (I’m afriad there’s not much documentation on this ^_^)
I had a chance to test it :) That's better than nothing, but I'd like to be able to share more then just whether the service is functional at that moment
I think I found something that'll work better for me right now. I smh missed it when I was googling for options a bit back I think I'll use lambstatus for now, but probably come back to cabot for internal monitoring at some point in the feature
Hi, i recently started using cabot and had a question. How do i enable PUT and DELETE requests for the cabot api?