But I want to know further, like I am having a vbulletin forum, usually it just shows task name php, can I use top command or any other command/tool to list which page is being processing? like,
PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME CPU COMMAND
28516 wnl 1 3 0 10M 7080K sleep 0:52 4.28% /root/home/forums/showthread.php?t=1234
This is the first time I am using Windows 2008. I am used to Win xp but IIS in Windows 2008 looks like the default server and it always grabs the 80 port and if I remove it, Web Publishing and http services won't be available
I bought domain name and web hosting from a company. Now the problem is that the company from which I booked domain and hosting doesn't exist.
Initially the hosting company sent me only FTP and mail server details. Now I need the cPanel details to configure database. So kindly request all of you to suggest me some solutions through which I can get the cPanel details.
cpsrvd up Server Load 3.94 (4 cpus) Memory Used 18.5 % Swap Used 0 % Disk /dev/md1 (/) 24 % Disk /dev/md2 (/tmp) 3 % Disk /dev/md3 (/home) 97 % Disk /dev/md4 (/usr) 40 % Disk /dev/md5 (/var) 75 % Disk /dev/md0 (/boot) 30 %
Server load and Disk /dev/md3 (/home) are showing red dots.
to understand this page on cPanel. I can imagine that red dots are not a good thing while the green ones are, but I don't know what it all means or if I should be complaining about this to my host...
I've got a dedicated server running my portal. Now we plan to soon launch broadcasting, where we via a webcam + microphone will broadcast (streaming WMV media) to all our members. Our members will then be able to interact with the speakers via chatting.
Now we are currently undergoing loadtesting, with our current setup, which is:
2. home PC with static IP and 1 MBit upload=>Video+Audio Streaming
So the member requests a page from the dedicated server, which has a chat window and a windows media player. The player will retrieve the video/audio content from the home PC. This is done by the client.
Now is pretty logical to see that there will be limitations in how many connections the home pc will be able to handle.
The question is: How do i make the dedicated server get the content from the home pc (so it only serves one connection) and then get all the clients to get their video content from the dedicated server ?
I've looked into the proxy modules for the apache server, however they (forward/reverse proxy) both passes the connection on to the remote machine and thereby not doing what I want to do.
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?