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Global configuration resides in
An alert route tells Inspeqtor how to alert you. The generic syntax looks like this:
send alerts via $CHANNEL with $KEY $VALUE, $KEY $VALUE
- CHANNEL - Inspeqtor supports two channels:
gmailis just an alias for email which automatically fills in Google's SMTP setup for you.
- KEY/VALUE - allow you to configure various elements of the email configuration
NB: Values with double quotes or commas in them should be quoted:
with password "12jk1!,@#2\"123"
send alerts via gmail with username firstname.lastname@example.org, password foobarBaz, to_email email@example.com
send alerts via email with username bubba, password "correct horse battery staple", smtp_server smtp.example.com, to_email firstname.lastname@example.org, tls_port 587
tls_port if your mail server uses a non-standard TLS port.
You can also use plain SMTP on port 25 without authentication:
send alerts via email with smtp_server localhost, to_email email@example.com
set $KEY $VALUE to twiddle various knobs that Inspeqtor exposes.
# a deploy will timeout after this many seconds set deploy_length 300 # controls the log verbosity set log_level info
Inspeqtor logs to STDOUT only. The output location is distro-dependent; on Ubuntu it is
/var/log/upstart/inspeqtor.log. On CentOS 7, inspeqtor logging goes to
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