How to Monitor Apache Performance using Netdata on CentOS 7

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Aaron Kili

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3 Responses

  1. Alexey says:

    Thank you for article!

    I would appreciate your help if you describe how to install Netdata+ Apache on Debian.

  2. Stephen says:

    Nice guide man!

    Would you be interested in updating this guide at some point where this is placed behind apache/nginx? preferably with https and authentication ^^

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Stephen

      Okay, great probably behind Nginx, because it is a high-performance and more efficient reverse proxy server, to me and easy to configure with HTTPS and basic authentication. Thanks for the feedback.

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