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Monitoring web and database servers using cPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anuragl, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. anuragl

    anuragl Registered

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    I'm new to cPanel (never used it) and about to have my first website.
    We have a LAMP stack with 2 instances of MySQL in master-slave replication setup.
    We are going to use Tomcat for Apache Solr (for search) in the near future

    I wish to know if its possible to monitor Apache, both the instances of MySQL (on port 3306, 3307) and Tomcat and restart (at least attempt to restart) the servers in case of error automatically without any manual intervention (we wont be available all the time to manually monitor server status)?


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