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Apache Server Performance Monitoring

i wonder how one can monitor a lamp server (ubuntu) on production.

are there any standard tools for this to watch the server performance/load in realtime via the browser? how mysql, linux, apache etc are doing...

what is best practice regarding this?

any tutorials would be great. thanks!

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You could look at Nagios:

It's open source, supports monitoring of pretty much anything you can think of. The last place I was at used it for the entire enterprise (web servers, database, network, applications, etc)

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check this thread.

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