Uptime.com checks can be in various states that affect the alerts you receive. This article will cover these states in greater detail.
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Checks view filtered for Up, Down, and Paused checks
A check can be in one of four different states:
- Up - Check state is reported as OK and Uptime.com has not issued an alert.
- Down - Check state is reported as CRITICAL. Uptime.com has issued an alert.
- Paused - Check is not actively monitoring, collecting metrics, or issuing alerts.
- Maintenance - Check is in maintenance state. Click here to learn more about maintenance states.
Pause a check from Monitoring>Checks. Tick the box next to the check you wish to pause, then click Bulk Actions>Pause Selected Checks from the dropdown menu above the checks.
It is also possible to filter your view to include checks in various states:
Please note: it is possible to pause checks in bulk.
Pausing a Group Check
A Group Check nests individual checks, and pausing this check type applies differently than normal check types. Because a Group Check functions similarly to an individual check, pausing a Group check pauses only the Group check and not the checks nested within.
Delete a check from Monitoring>Checks. Tick the box next to the check you wish to delete, then click Actions>Delete, or delete checks in bulk by selecting the desired checks and clicking Bulk Actions>Delete Selected Checks.
Please Note: Deleted checks & associated alerts will be non-recoverable after 30 days.
Deleting Checks in a Group Check
A Group Check nests individual checks, and deletion of check applies differently to this check type.
A Group Check in this sense can be considered like an individual check. Deleting a Group check does not delete any checks nested within it. However, deleting an individual check from within a Group check does remove that check from your account.