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 9mo ago