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HTTP Endpoint Monitor - keeping the loose ends tied up

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# HEM - HTTP Endpoint Monitor

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To install hem, use:

pip install hemApp

Command line syntax:

Usage: hem [OPTIONS]

--version Show the version and exit.
-v, --verbose Verbose mode, multiple -v options increase verbosity.
-c, --config PATH Specifies an alternative config file
--help Show this message and exit.

By default hem will use a config file called hem.yaml in the current directory or /etc/hem.yaml unless one is specified with the --config option.

## Config syntax

The config.yaml is made up of sections:

- settings - general settings

frequency: 30 // Frequency to run tests

- metrics - Where to store the results of the testing e.g. graphite:

type: graphite // Name of plugin to use
server: // IP or hostname of server
port: 2003 // Port to use

- tests - the actual endpoints to test

path: Path to test
secure: Is this using HTTPS?
hosts: List of hosts to use
certificate: Path to keypair to use for mTLS - must be un-encrypted
discovery: discovery block for this test - merged with top level block

- discovery - optional top level discovery config shared across tests

type: dns // Plugin to use

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