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Cacti Installation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by karthiksharma, Mar 7, 2014.

  1. karthiksharma

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    I would like to install cacti with 64 bit counter for particular domain in cpanel. Can anybody provide me step by step installing procedures.

    Thanks in advance!.....
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    I suggest posting on their support forums for assistance installing their software:

    Cacti Forums

    While you may receive some input here, this forum is primarily intended for discussions of the cPanel/WHM software.

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    The thread you referenced notes a specific error message a user encounter while attempting to install Cacti on a cPanel server. Thus, that particular issue was directed here because it was unrelated to their software. Are you experiencing the same error message?

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    No my bad, I did not get it, I am searching for a munin alternative to monitor my mysql. And I am wondering why Cpanel does not added one.
     
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    Are you attempting to monitor the MySQL status, or is it purely bandwidth you want to capture? If you want general monitoring of MySQL uptime, you may find Nagios helpful:

    MySQL Monitoring - Nagios

    Thank you.
     
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