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28 Responses

  1. Tony says:

    Connected to Linux via puTTY session and Firefox comes up but say resource not found.

    HTTP Status 404 – /monitorix

    type Status report

    message /monitorix

    description The requested resource is not available.
    Apache Tomcat/8.0.22

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Please check your installation properly, I don’t think Monitorix installed on your system, if it is installed it should be available at http://localhost:8080/monitorix/.

      Also open port 8080 on firewall if you running..

      • Tony says:

        Port 8080 is open as I can get to Apache Tomcat from my desktop on that port. How do I verify a good install?

        • Ravi Saive says:


          Have you started Monitorix on the server? if not start it:

          # service monitorix restart         [On SysVinit]
          # systemctl restart monitorix       [On SystemD]

          And also verify that the package monitorix installed on the system using:

          # rpm -1 monitorix

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