Basic: SSL certificates


  • At least one active project.
  • At least one active trigger.

Creating a SSL certificate monitor

Go to Monitors » SSL certificates » Click Add in the top right.
Select a Project.
Input your certificate host name.
Input the certificate port if it doesn't run under the default HTTPS port (443).
You can specify the reminders Cronly sends. It defaults to: 0, 1 , 15 and 30 days before the expiration date of the certificate.
Click Save to add the SSL certificate.

SSL certificate statuses

  • new Cronly is waiting for the first check.
  • warning The certificate is valid, but expiring soon.
  • alert There is an active issue with your certificate. See your certificate details for more information.
  • healthy No problems at this moment.

SSL certificate archive

An archived SSL certificate isn't actively monitored by Cronly and doesn't count as a monitor for your subscription plan.
To archive a SSL certificate, go to Monitors » SSL certificates » Click Archive next to the SSL certificate.
To see all archived SSL certificates, go to Monitors » SSL certificates » Click Archive in the top right corner.
To restore a SSL certificate, go to archived SSL certificates. Click Restore next to the SSL certificate.

Start monitoring a SSL certificate

Monitoring starts instantly. There is no need for any further actions.

How many times a day are the SSL certificates monitored?

Our monitors check all SSL certificates expirations ones a day (00:30 h. GMT+1).
We verify the status of all SSL certificates ones an hour (xx:00 h.). More frequent checks will be available in the near future.
Last modified 1yr ago