Healthcheck for protected custom Node apps
I have a custom Node app that runs smoothly and passes the Healthcheck when the homepage is not protected.
However, if I try to protect the whole app including the homepage, I get "Not Responding" in my dashboard. I saw that for LAMP apps there is an easy fix here by editing the .htaccess file -- but how do I fix this for a Node app?
nebulon last edited by
This would highly depend on the kind of node app. For LAMP there is a http server (apache) running, which serves up a folder tree. This may or may not be the case for a nodejs server, but it is part of the app code itself and there is no such universal concept of htaccess like for apache.
Which nodejs app are you referring to?
girish last edited by
@pdubs For custom apps, simply add a special route in your nodejs app like
/cloudron_healthcheckand make it return a http status code 200. Then fixup the healthCheckPath of your app's CloudronManifest.json.