Redmine Check plugin
This plugin add a simple and very cheap action to check whether the application stack is still alive. These checks do not clutter your logs, as they are simply not logged.
Just send a request (e.g. an HTTP GET) to your.redmine/check. If everything is okay, it answers with a HTTP 200 and the text “ALIVE” in the body, if there is an error, it generates an HTTP 500 with “ERROR” in the body.
Copyright © 2011 Holger Just
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The installation follows the standard installation path from www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/Plugins
Copy the software to the vendor/plugins directory. Make sure that the name of the directory is redmine_check.