A command-line site monitor
Last updated 2 years ago by dvrylc .
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A command-line site monitor


Sentinel requires Node.js v8.5 and above. To check your Node.js version, run node -v.

$ npm install -g @dvrylc/sentinel


$ sentinel [options]

A command-line site monitor
Config file: path/to/your/config/file


  -V, --version  output the version number
  -s, --setup    setup config file in the home directory
  -h, --help     output usage information


Sentinel relies on a config file for the list of sites to monitor, as well as some user-configurable settings.

When you first run Sentinel, it will prompt you to setup a config file in your home directory.

Subsequently, to locate the config file, run sentinel -h.

To start afresh, run sentinel -s. Sentinel will prompt you to replace your existing config file with a fresh one.

Configuration fields

The config file should always be a valid JSON object.

  • sites (array): Array of absolute (http or https) URLs to monitor



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