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25 Responses

  1. Mark says:

    Nice … but for use on multiple servers (only one of which that has php/nginx) which monitoring program would be a good alternative?

  2. Nanda says:

    Hi,

    It will monitor same server or can be watch other servers also ?

  3. shgn says:

    Thank you. The demo link is broken.

  4. Nexus says:

    That software looks pretty good. I have a doubt: Could I install “linux-dash” in a server and then manage/configure it in order to access to a third server.

    My point is: monitoring a server from another server. But not from the same server.

    Thanks in advance,

  5. Mohammed says:

    DataTables warning (table id = ‘ping_dashboard’):Requested unknown parameter ’0′ I checked the ping.php and also created a csv file but stil i get the error.

  6. Vasino says:

    DataTables warning (table id = ‘ping_dashboard’): Requested unknown parameter ‘1’ from the data source for row 0
    How to fix?

    • goja gattis says:

      I was also getting this error, but the pre-reqs were not installed. It went away after I ran
      # yum install httpd httpd-tools
      # yum install php php-xml php-common php-json

  7. OmiPenguin says:

    Oh now its working. I wish it could give live details. And one thing I/Ostat is missing they need to add it

  8. OmiPenguin says:

    Im installing this app on Redhat 6.4

    Linux mainserver 2.6.32-358.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Jan 29 11:47:41 EST 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    And when I run this command
    git clone https://github.com/afaqurk/linux-dash.git

    It says
    -bash: git: command not found

    Sorry im not much familiar with GIT. Never uses it. Can you please tell me how to fix it. BTW excellent tutorial

    • Ravi Saive says:

      That means ‘git’ package is missing, you have to install it using yum command as shown below.

      # yum install git
      
  9. Jo says:

    Hello Ravi

    Linux-dash is very cool and easy to setup. Thanks for sharing this with us.

    I tried to password protect the Linux-dash using your procedure on a RHEL 6.5 server. When I issued the command

    htpasswd -c /var/.htpasswd admin admin123

    the following error is displayed:

    [[email protected] ~]# htpasswd -c /var/.htpasswd admin admin123
    Usage:
    htpasswd [-cmdpsD] passwordfile username
    htpasswd -b[cmdpsD] passwordfile username password

    htpasswd -n[mdps] username
    htpasswd -nb[mdps] username password
    -c Create a new file.
    -n Don’t update file; display results on stdout.
    -m Force MD5 encryption of the password.
    -d Force CRYPT encryption of the password (default).
    -p Do not encrypt the password (plaintext).
    -s Force SHA encryption of the password.
    -b Use the password from the command line rather than prompting for it.
    -D Delete the specified user.
    On Windows, NetWare and TPF systems the ‘-m’ flag is used by default.
    On all other systems, the ‘-p’ flag will probably not work.

    Then I tried the another option by giving the following command:

    htpasswd -c /var/.htpasswd -n admin admin123

    This also displays the same error as given below:

    Usage:
    htpasswd [-cmdpsD] passwordfile username
    htpasswd -b[cmdpsD] passwordfile username password

    htpasswd -n[mdps] username
    htpasswd -nb[mdps] username password
    -c Create a new file.
    -n Don’t update file; display results on stdout.
    -m Force MD5 encryption of the password.
    -d Force CRYPT encryption of the password (default).
    -p Do not encrypt the password (plaintext).
    -s Force SHA encryption of the password.
    -b Use the password from the command line rather than prompting for it.
    -D Delete the specified user.
    On Windows, NetWare and TPF systems the ‘-m’ flag is used by default.
    On all other systems, the ‘-p’ flag will probably not work.

    Any idea what is happening here?

    Regards
    Jo

    • Ravi Saive says:

      I think some version problem, better don’t use ‘-c’ switch, For example, run this way.

      # htpasswd -n admin 
      

      And enter password twice, the htpasswd file will be created in current working directory.

  10. Hossein says:

    HI ,
    i CAN install in cpanel server and resors monitoring ? do not have any problome for scurity ?

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