Heartbeats provide a monitoring mechanism for your Cron jobs or any other scheduled task performed by your application. You may select from a variety of schedule frequencies when creating the heartbeat. So, for example, if your scheduled job runs daily, you should select the 1 Day monitoring option.
After creating a heartbeat, a unique URL will be assigned to the heartbeat. When this URL is called via a HTTP
GET request, the "Last Check-In" time of your heartbeat will be updated.
If Envoyer does not receive a check-in from your job within the specified monitoring frequency, a notification will be sent to your configured notification channels.
# Heartbeat URLs
# Calling Manually
If you are manually modifying your server's
/etc/crontab file to define scheduled tasks, you can simply append a curl request to your Cron command. For example:
* * * * * user php command && curl http://beats.envoyer.io/heartbeat-id
# Calling With Laravel
If you're using Laravel's task scheduler, you may use the
thenPing method on your scheduled job.
# Heartbeat IP Addresses
If you need to allow access to your heartbeat URLs by IP address, you should allow the following IP addresses so that Envoyer can ping your URL:
- New York: