ztn.sh healthchecks provides status badges that you can embed them in your READMEs, internal dashboards or public status pages. Each ztn.sh healthchecks badge reports the combined status of checks tagged with a particular tag. There is also a catch-all badge which reflects the status of all checks in a project.
The badges have public, but hard-to-guess URLs. Badges do not expose any information other than the badge label, and the aggregate status of their corresponding checks. It is not possible to reverse-engineer ping URLs from badge URLs.
Each badge can be in one of the following three states:
By default, ztn.sh healthchecks displays badge URLs that report only the up and down states (and treat late as up). Using the "Badge states" button, you can switch to alternate URLs that report all three states.
ztn.sh healthchecks offers badges in three different formats:
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If you need a status badge for a specific check, assign the check an unique tag. Then use that tag's badge.