Mendix Runtime Monitoring in Docker

I have an app deployed on prem using docker, the customer has a request for performance monitoring, I am creating a bash script to run every 24 hours and create a log for people to see. I am trying to follow steps on this page but it is not providing much information, if anyone has any information they can provide please let me know:   1) when performing the request (   curl -X POST "http://localhost:8090" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "X-M2EE-Authentication: Password123" -d '{"action": "check_health", "params": {}}'   ) to the admin port I am getting connection refused. when looking at my docker containers there is nothing running on the admin port, is this something I need to manually run? 2)  I have set the X-M2EE-Authentication password in my docker-compose under environment, is this correct?   Cheers
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Hello Ryan, 


Please, read these Posts on Medium. They can be useful:

  1. Containerize your Mendix Application with Docker

  2. How to monitor your Mendix Web Application with Prometheus — Locally

  3. Using Grafana to create a Dashboard from a local Mendix Application Data


Solved myself after a lot of research, using information from this page


my final request:


curl -X POST -u 'MxAdmin:{password}' -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "X-M2EE-Authentication: `echo -n '{password'} | base64`" -H "Connection: close" -d '{"action": "check_health"}' localhost:8080/_mxadmin/; echo