The uptime resource can be used to get hosts and services uptime.

Available methods:

GET POST /reports/uptime/list Hosts uptime overview
GET POST /reports/uptime/get Services uptime overview

list

Returns hosts uptime overview. If a custom range is used, the difference between datefrom and dateto should be in minutes, not in seconds since 1 minute is the lowest data resolution in M/Monit.

curl -b ~/.mmonit/cookie \
 http://127.0.0.1:8080/reports/uptime/list

Arguments

range number optional The range id. Possible values: 0=today, 5=week, 6=month, 7=three months, 8=six months, 9=year and 12=custom range. Default is 0=today
datefrom number optional A unix-timestamp (seconds since the epoch, January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT). The timestamp specify the start of a custom uptime range. The range id must also be set to 12, otherwise this argument is ignored.
dateto number optional A unix-timestamp, specifying the end of a custom uptime range.

Output

range Selected time range id. Possible values: 0=today, 5=week, 6=month, 7=three months, 8=six months, 9=year and 12=custom range
datefrom Selected time range start [unix timestamp]
dateto Selected time range end [unix timestamp]
uptime The average hosts uptime [%]
downtime The average hosts downtime [string representation]
items
id The internal id assigned by M/Monit to the host when new entry is created
active The host active flag. Possible values: 0 = host is inactive, 1 = host is monitored
name The host name
uptime The host uptime [%]
downtime The host downtime [string representation]
events The number of events stored for this host
{
    "range": 0,
    "datefrom": 1375048800,
    "dateto": 1375049948,
    "uptime": 100.00,
    "downtime": "0m",
    "items": [
        {
            "id": 185,
            "active": 1,
            "name": "myhost",
            "uptime": 100.00,
            "downtime": "0m",
            "events": 0
        }
    ]
}

get

Returns services uptime for a particular host.

curl -b ~/.mmonit/cookie \
 http://127.0.0.1:8080/reports/uptime/get?id=185 \
 -d range=12 \
 -d datefrom=1395014400 \
 -d dateto=1398978058

Arguments

id number required The host id
range number optional The range id. Possible values: 0=today, 5=week, 6=month, 7=three months, 8=six months, 9=year and 12=custom range. Default is 0=today
datefrom number optional A unix-timestamp (seconds since the epoch, January 1, 1970, 00:00:00 GMT). The timestamp specify the start of a custom uptime range. The range id must also be set to 12, otherwise this argument is ignored.
dateto number optional A unix-timestamp, specifying the end of a custom uptime range.

Output

range Selected time range id. Possible values: 0=today, 5=week, 6=month, 7=three months, 8=six months, 9=year and 12=custom range
datefrom Selected time range start [unix timestamp]
dateto Selected time range end [unix timestamp]
uptime The average hosts uptime [%]
downtime The average hosts downtime [string representation]
items
id The internal service id assigned by M/Monit
active The service active flag. Possible values: 0 = service is inactive, 1 = service is monitored
name The service name
uptime The service uptime [%]
downtime The service downtime [string representation]
events The number of events stored for this service
{
    "range": 12,
    "datefrom": 1375048800,
    "dateto": 1375049948,
    "uptime": 63.64,
    "downtime": "6m",
    "items": [
        {
            "id": 240,
            "active": 1,
            "name": "myhost",
            "uptime": 100.00,
            "downtime": "0m",
            "events": 0
        },
        {
            "id": 241,
            "active": 1,
            "name": "rootfs",
            "uptime": 100.00,
            "downtime": "0m",
            "events": 0
        },
        {
            "id": 246,
            "active": 1,
            "name": "binnn",
            "uptime": 0.00,
            "downtime": "19m",
            "events": 0
        }
    ]
}