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comment Software to record service level
I was searching for SLA features in M/Monit and Nagios, but according to the documentation, these packages do not what I wanted. And cloud services with appropriate monitoring are too expensive in the current state of our product. OpenNMS is new to me and looks very interesting - thanks for the hint!
2d
asked Software to record service level
Apr
1
asked roundcube 0.9.5 - installed from Ubuntu package
Mar
31
revised Bus error during PHP5 is running a simple script - what?
Added solution
Mar
31
comment Bus error during PHP5 is running a simple script - what?
Hi, the most recent update was 9 days before the problem occured (added this to the question, now). Do I have any chance to find the PHP bug that is responsible for the issue? We're talking about thousands of lines of PHP scripts that won't be easy to debug with no indication...
Mar
31
revised Bus error during PHP5 is running a simple script - what?
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Mar
31
revised Bus error during PHP5 is running a simple script - what?
added 25 characters in body
Mar
31
asked Bus error during PHP5 is running a simple script - what?
Mar
25
accepted PHP-FPM - problems with the pre-start process
Mar
25
comment PHP-FPM - problems with the pre-start process
Ah! That was the hint, I needed: /etc/init/php5-fpm.conf refered to a file /usr/lib/php5/php5-fpm-checkconfthat did not exist. And I was unable to reinstall php5-fpm... The reason was a modification in the /etc/apt/sources.list (no universe...) that apparently caused a removal of the PHP-FPM package. plonk -- and thanks a lot! Please post the hint as answer, if you don't mind.
Mar
25
asked PHP-FPM - problems with the pre-start process
Mar
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
1
revised Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
Added new experience
Dec
25
comment Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
Thanks for the idea. Actually, monit checks the availability every 2 minutes. That would be enough time to let a load peak pass (alert if PHP/webserver does not respond within 20 seconds) and to restart the webserver (if there is no response after 20 seconds a second time, 2 minutes later). If neithing waiting (2 min.) nor restartig PHP/nginx did help (third fail in three tries), the server shall reboot. So, the original monit script what I like it to. Yet, the test script is a bit hungry for ressources, therefore I'f like to do the request only once.
Dec
23
revised Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
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Dec
23
revised Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
Added firs step towards a solution
Dec
23
comment Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
Thanks, the CHECK HOST is a good idea. Yet, I do not see how the EXECshall solve the problem that multiple HTTPS requests are necessary to perform different actions after 1, 2, and 4 fails?!
Dec
18
awarded  Curious
Dec
17
asked Monit: How to optimally monitor an URL
Dec
3
revised How do you restart php-fpm?
Better solution