I want to monitor my application to make sure it is 24x7 uptime, if there is anything interrupt, I will be notified by email/SMS right away. There are several web monitoring service, but they all monitor ports, not application. I have bad experience, like, althoguh the web server is alive, but the application is already dead.
So, I want to monitor application instead of monitor a port. Anybody knows where I may find this kind of service?
I see a lot of web hosts that link to webhostingstuff.com which tracks the uptime of their main page. i would like to offer a similar service, where i track and list the uptime of hosts. can anyone point me in the proper direction for this? is there a particular script that I can purchase? how is this done?
My server has a tyan thunder 8kse (s2892) motherboard, and i'm looking for some script to monitor it. Unfortunately, tyan only offers such applications for windows. So, how can i monitor the motherboard in linux? Or preferably, webbased.
We have a few customers who have multiple C classes with us and we are wondering how most of you monitor for blacklisting.
We currently randomly pick a few IPS and check them once a month but this is not very thorough. We were wondering if there is a program out there that can check say a /20 automatically once a month or atleast something we can initiate an automated check once a month with?
I am wondering what services it is best to monitor with Nagios which I've installed on my Centos 5.3 VPS. I wish to monitor and understand all essential services of the VPS itself at this stage but, generally, to make the best possible use of Nagios as an analytical tool as well as basic monitoring notifications, etc.
I already have a rough idea based on the main services being run. But I imagine there may be more to this than meets the eye, in particular, in view of any potential performance cost, etc.
I am especially keen to obtain as detailed a picture as possible concerning performance related criteria with a mind to indicating possible improvements that could be made.
We have a website that uses php include. It is specified in .htaccess to parse all html file to parse for php so php include can be executed.
We don't know the exact cause but our Addhandler line in .htaccess gets keep commented by someone or something and include file (footer) does not show up from time to time. I was told cpanel update inserts the comment but I am not sure.
My question is:
1. How can I prevent this from happening?
2. If it gets modified, how can I get notification?
Considering a web site could be completely useless without its web forms working as expected, and the uptime reports do not verify them at all, I would like to know if you people, consider it important.
we've got our new machine up and running smoothly. It's a core2duo running CentOS with Plesk 8.3. We have 2 drives in a RAID 1 configuration for reliability sake, and I'm looking for something to help me monitor the status of the disks in the array. Since RAID is pretty useless unless you know if one of the disks has died.
Is there some open source utility that will monitor this and email me if something is wrong? Perhaps something with a nice web interface?
Even better... is there some addon to plesk that will help with this?
Since upgrading to Apache 2 I am no longer able to tell which domains are the busiest using CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage. Now Apache processes are all lumped together and individual domains only show cron, mail and FTP usage. I opened a ticket with cPanel and they know of the problem but there is still no solution. Is there another way I can tell which of my sites is using the most resources until this bug is fixed?