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Auto reboot to apache and mysql

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by FuuK, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. FuuK

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    Hi is there any script that would reboot apache or other servers after 5 minutes they fail ?
     
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    Yes chkservd does this for you automatically.
     
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    ...provided you've configued the WHM > Service Manager correctly ;)
     
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    SIM ( System Integrity Monitor ) does that for you when it is configured properly and even can send a mail to you when the restart was done. If you head into any configuration problem , PM me ..I will happily assist you.

    check : http://rfxnetworks.com/sim.php
     
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    SIM is a very bad idea if you actually allow it to restart any daemons that chkservd watches. I've seen it on several occassions completely screw up processes, especially FTP and email. So, make sure it only notifes for anything that chkservd watches if you must use it.
     
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