This package ships with a default configured uptime check. You can modify the behaviour of the uptime check by changing the values under the
uptime_check key in the config file.
These are the default values:
'uptime_check' => [ /* * When the uptime check could reach the url of a monitor it will pass the response to this class * If this class determines the response is valid, the uptime check will be regarded as succeeded. * * You can use any implementation of Spatie\UptimeMonitor\Helpers\UptimeResponseCheckers\UptimeResponseChecker here. */ 'response_checker' => Spatie\UptimeMonitor\Helpers\UptimeResponseCheckers\LookForStringChecker::class, /* * An uptime check will be performed if the last check was performed more than the * given number of minutes ago. If you change this setting you have to manually * update the `uptime_check_interval_in_minutes` value of your existing monitors. * * When an uptime check fails we'll check the uptime for that montitor every time `monitor:check-uptime` * runs regardless of this setting. */ 'run_interval_in_minutes' => 5, /* * To speed up the uptime checking process the package can perform the uptime check of several * monitors concurrently. Set this to a lower value if you're getting weird errors * running the uptime check. */ 'concurrent_checks' => 10, /* * The uptime check for a monitor will fail if url does not respond after the * given number of seconds. */ 'timeout_per_site' => 10, /* * Fire `Spatie\UptimeMonitor\Events\MonitorFailed` event only after * the given number of uptime checks have consecutively failed for a monitor. */ 'fire_monitor_failed_event_after_consecutive_failures' => 2, /* * When reaching out to sites this user agent will be used. */ 'user_agent' => 'spatie/laravel-uptime-monitor uptime checker', /* * When reaching out to the sites these headers will be added. */ 'additional_headers' => , ],