I recently inherited a web server setup from another developer. Its basically the following: 2 web servers running apache 2 2 load balancers running nginx 2 database servers running MySQL Every week ...
I think the title speaks for itself. But, to give an example: In a recent post, 37 signals show it's real downtime and compares with other web services. They get very few down time and probably most ...
I have my website hosted with a hosting provider and they have recently had a serious outage. So at the moment it is at 48 hours and counting where I can't access email, http or ftp. I'm obviously ...
I want to make sure the site is UP and running. Is reading the HTTP GET Response enough? What does services like PingDom test?
Any tip about software to monitor if a web server is up and running on linux ? It should be able to run with not knowing anything more than the URL. And it must have functionality to send an email ...