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New Relic and cPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tvcnet, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. tvcnet

    tvcnet Well-Known Member
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    We've been having some real difficulties working through the New Relic installation process, and wondering if this is a general / well known issue in the community for cpanel/suphp servers?

    This (New Relic) has so much potential, touching on what cPanel really should have built into WHM years ago (but let's not digress on that one). Personally observation, is that New Relic support seems mostly unresponsive with online FAQs' being just as surprisingly limited.

    That said, your thoughts, or links on how cPanel folks can take better advantage of the New Relic performance monitoring service?

    -Jim
     
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    new relic should be pretty easy to install on any cpanel server.
    I've even written a small guide how to make each cpanel account into it's own application.

    Have been tested with fcgi, but should work with suPHP as well.

    /http://lucasrolff.com/auto-deploy-new-relic-apps-in-cpanel/
     
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    It appears you are stating that "Htscanner Enhanced" is required for installation on an suPHP built server.

    Have you had personal experience in deploying new relic on a cpanel server running suPHP?
     
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    Has anyone had a good experience in installing New Relic PHP Agent on CentOS cPanel WHM with the following config:

    Default PHP Version (.php files): 5
    PHP 5 Handler: suphp
    Apache suEXEC: on
    Apache Ruid2: off

    If so, I'd love to hear what worked well and what did not. I'm interested as to where there might be more documentation out about this. I'm happy to contribute to the community to help with future issues.

    Thanks!
    Tom
     
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  6. LucasRolff

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    I'm not stating anywhere in the blog post that suPHP is required.
    In suPHP you're able to have custom php.ini files, therefor you can define the php_value directly into the users custom php.ini file.
     
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