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Is there is a web hosting uptime check history to see if it's reliable hosting or not?

Go4MartGo4Mart Member

Is there is a web hosting uptime check history to see if it's reliable hosting or not?
I am looking for a public web hosting monitor server uptime check history to know if reliable hosting or not?

Let me know your thoughts as I think I saw something like this before, but do not remember the name...

Stay Safe & Stay Strong

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  • AndreixAndreix Member, Provider

    You can try uptimerobot.com pointing to your desired web hosting company and see how much time they are up/down.

  • If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

  • @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they dont have one

    EVERYTHING IS MUCH BETTER THAN IT WAS 1 YEAR AGO

  • @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they dont have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

  • Go4MartGo4Mart Member

    @Andreix said:
    You can try uptimerobot.com pointing to your desired web hosting company and see how much time they are up/down.

    I understand but that going to start since I did it, but what I mean that there are websites that have public uptime history for everyone in the web hosting industry, but I do not remember the name.

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page on their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    Yes, but this can be manipulated.

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page on their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they don't have one

    True

    @CaptainDuck said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page on their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they don't have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

    But we do not talk of that kind of reliability, we need historical data of uptime.

    Stay Safe & Stay Strong

  • Go4MartGo4Mart Member
    edited March 22

    Stay Safe & Stay Strong

  • @CaptainDuck said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they dont have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

    Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    EVERYTHING IS MUCH BETTER THAN IT WAS 1 YEAR AGO

  • Looks like it's from a third party, well, they do show how they got their data. I suggest making your own monitor then if you have another provider in mind, if not then you can try the hosts inside that study.

    If you truly want a reliable provider with 99.99%-100% uptime then look into high availability options and/or strict SLA guarantees.

  • Go4MartGo4Mart Member
    edited March 22

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page on their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they don't have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

    Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    Well, if someone already monitors them of course they would say that, not sure why trusting them so much? did you try them? anyway, that's not mainly the topic.

    I am looking for a resource to know uptime for the hosting providers.

    @CaptainDuck said:

    Looks like it's from a third party, well, they do show how they got their data. I suggest making your own monitor then if you have another provider in mind, if not then you can try the hosts inside that study.

    If you truly want a reliable provider with 99.99%-100% uptime then look into high availability options and/or strict SLA guarantees.

    Well, that's not the topic, I am looking for a resource to know uptime for the hosting providers.
    Making my own monitor, well, I was looking for a website or service that keeps the history which will be much helpful for research the hosts and add hosting, actually, there was something but do not remember the name.

    and for the resource, they monitor in Pingdom and set it to public
    If you read it, you will find the link to the original monitor.
    https://stats.pingdom.com/zp1kq4gopbjs

    Stay Safe & Stay Strong

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Member, Provider

    @webclouddev said: Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    NB does! https://heartbeat.nexusbytes.com/

    Michael from SmallWeb - Please use official support methods for help.

  • @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they dont have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

    Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    BuyVM has one too https://my.frantech.ca/serverstatus.php
    Just need to do a quick registration which takes less than 3 minutes.
    @Francisco, please repair.

  • @SmallWeb said:

    @webclouddev said: Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    NB does! https://heartbeat.nexusbytes.com/

    i thought it was pass protected since i was checking : https://status.nexusbytes.com/

    @skorupion said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:

    @webclouddev said:

    @CaptainDuck said:
    If you are looking to check the uptime history of a specific provider. They may have a "Network status" or "Status" page in their website.
    If you want to monitor your own website, VPS, etc. You can check out HetrixTools.

    most of the time they dont have one

    Reliable (and big) providers have it if they want their customers to check if the problem is on the host's end. I wouldn't say to steer away from providers that don't have status pages, you should also check reviews from existing clients and see if they are reliable.

    Not firing shots at anyone but reputed and frequently recommended providers like buyvm , nexusbytes dont have ( publicly available ) one but they are reliable

    BuyVM has one too https://my.frantech.ca/serverstatus.php
    Just need to do a quick registration which takes less than 3 minutes.
    @Francisco, please repair.

    its an inbuilt from whmcs, anyway my point was public server status page dosent mean reliable or non reliable

    Thanked by 1SmallWeb

    EVERYTHING IS MUCH BETTER THAN IT WAS 1 YEAR AGO

  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    Just need to do a quick registration which takes less than 3 minutes.
    @Francisco, please repair.

    We don't have it wired up, never have.

    We shared nodeping stats with those that ask, but almost every user runs hetrixtools on our shared nodes anyway.

    Francisco

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