We want to run Confluence behind a reverse proxy. In order to do so we need to tell the proxy what URL it can use to validate Confluence is running and healthy. For JIRA there is a /status URL path for this but I haven't found anything for Confluence.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but you want to check the Confluence's URL to check if it have failed, right?
I believe the correct url to be used on this environment should be the external URL of Confluence.
Another simple way would be you create a script to ping the external URL of Confluence and check if it is answering or not. For example, a simple shell script would be like:
#!/bin/bash DATA=`date +%d/%m/%Y` HORA=`date +%H:%M` ping -c 15 -w 30 http://confluence.your_domain.com if [ $? -ne 1 ] ; then echo "Link's up..." ; else echo "Link's failed..." mail -s "Link has failed at $DATA - $HORA" root@localhost < /root/warning fi
Hope it helps,
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