Install Zabbix 3.4 server on CentOS 7

Categories: Linux

Let’s install the dependencies first: yum install mariadb-server mariadb-embedded mariadb-devel httpd php php-gd php-bcmath php-ctype php-xml php-xmlreader php-xmlwriter php-session php-mbstring php-ldap php-gettext php-mysqli pcre pcre-devel libevent libevent-devel libssh2 libcurl libcurl-devel net-snmp-devel net-snmp-agent net-snmp-libs libxml2 libxml2-devel Edit /etc/php.ini file and change this variables to: max_execution_time = 600 max_input_time = 600 memory_limit = 256M post_max_size = 32M […]

Install Symon / Symux + Syweb on FreeBSD 10.3

Categories: BSD

NB: this is an old article of mine, revised. Symon is a useful tool that collect data like cpu/bandwidth/whatever usage and display it with nice graphs, like this for example: First of all, install symon! Since it haven’t configuration options you can use pkg install symon or go to /usr/ports/sysutils/symon and run make install clean. […]

New Relic is cool

Categories: BSD, Linux

New Relic is a web tool that monitor the performances of your web server, including web pages load time, database performances, availability and so on. Here is the main panel (free account): It’s cool, really. It gives you a complete way to check instantly the state of your applications, whether they are made with PHP, […]

Mailgraph on FreeBSD

Categories: BSD

Have you just installed mailgraph and are you asking yourself “and now???” Let’s see how to get it running on FreeBSD. After installation copy your /usr/local/www/cgi-bin/mailgraph.cgi to your cgi-bin directory, default is /usr/local/www/apache24/cgi-bin/ and change the owner to www:www : cp /usr/local/www/cgi-bin/mailgraph.cgi /usr/local/www/apache24/cgi-bin/ chown www:www /usr/local/www/apache24/cgi-bin/mailgraph.cgi Be sure to have this line:

Install Symon / Symux + Syweb on FreeBSD 7.2

Categories: BSD

Symon is a useful tool that collect data like cpu/bandwidth/whatever usage and display it with nice graphs, like this for example: First of all, install symon! Since it haven’t configuration options you can use pkg_add -r symon or go to /usr/ports/sysutils/symon and run make install clean. After a succesful installation, you have to copy your […]