Installing “PHP Server Monitor” Tool using LEMP or LAMP Stack in Arch Linux

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Matei Cezar

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6 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    Hi, thanks for the tutorial! I’m looking for a single server update in php monitor but I cant find… it permit only to update the entire server db! Do you have some suggestion to do the signle server update? Thanks

    • Matei Cezar says:

      What kind of update are you talking about? Update the server, ie: apache or update php monitor database? If you are trying to apply a custom update to apache, then remove the package and compile and install apache from sources with the required modules and patches.
      While concerning phpmonitor MySQL database you can modify the database from with the appropriate updates.

  2. Fred Shaw says:

    Good tutorial, i used this for my local arch machine. But unfortunately i also need a guide for my Centos 7 server.

    Luckily i stumbled upon this good article:

    I hope someone will find it useful.

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    No, you cant use Php Server Monitor to verify internal or external system resources , but only local or remote services, ports or websites ….check their status if they are up or down.

  4. May Saghira says:

    Hi Matei Cezar , thanks for the great tuto and thanks for the well explaination, just i’m wondring about how can’i get the memory usage and the cpu usage with this tool… is it possible to get it ?
    thanks in advance.

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