Netumo is not just actively monitoring your websites but is also keeping logs of what happened every point in time. This is done so that you can query the data available and generate reports to identify trends in your website stability.
Netumo reports section contains 4 different charts. This post will explain what each of these charts represent and how to interpret the results.
The Uptime charts shows in a donut the percentage amount that the site was up, the timeouts encountered and any errors encountered. For optimal websites the OK percentage should be 100%. If you have timeout issues check why your website is taking too long to load. Normally timeouts are an indication that your server is over it’s capacity. If you see No Match values it could mean that at some point your website encountered database issues.
The response times chart shows the time taken for the server to respond to a request from Netumo. Response times are in milliseconds (ms) and the lower the better. Higher response times could be a result of the server being over it’s capacity, or there was a peak in traffic. Ideally response times should be less than 2000ms on average.
Each web request returns a status code with ranges of 200 to be OK while other values indicate other issues. This chart shows the status codes returned. For more explanation of the status codes see this post.
Up or Down
If you want to see which days the server had the most issues you can check this chart. The Up Down per day shows the amount of times the site was down or encountered a timeout.
Head down to you Netumo reports section to see what stats you have for your website.