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How to Install and Configure Icinga 2 on Ubuntu 16.04

by | Tutorials | 24th October, 2016

Icinga 2 is an open source system monitoring tool that is used to check the availability of your network resources, services and generates performance data for reporting. Icinga 2 also provides a user friendly web interface with more options to manage all systems. You can can monitor large, complex environments...

How to Install LimeSurvey on Ubuntu-16.04

by | Tutorials | 24th October, 2016

LimeSurvey also known as PHPSurveyor is an open source online survey application written in PHP. It is developed in PHP and uses MySQL, sqlite, and PostgreSQL on the backend for database related operations. You can easily develop and publish online surveys create statistics, and export the data to other applications...

How to Install and Use Dstat on Ubuntu-16.04

by | Tutorials | 24th October, 2016

Dstat is a replacement for the vmstat, iostat, netstat and ifstat utility that overcomes some limitations by adding extra features. Dstat is one of the most powerful and flexible utilities for generating and monitoring Linux resource statistics. You can easily view your system resources instantly using dstat. You can also...

How to Install and Use Acct to Monitor a Users Activity on Ubuntu-14.04

by | Tutorials | 20th October, 2016

Introduction Acct is an open source tool for monitoring a users activity on Linux system. It is a most important task for every system administrator to monitor all the activity by all users and processes that they are running. This will help him to analyze and identify problems of any...

Install and Configure Smokeping on Ubuntu-14.04

by | Tutorials | 20th October, 2016

Introduction Smokeping is an opensource deluxe latency measurement tool that can be used to measure, store and display latency, latency distribution and packet loss. Using smokeping you can easily keep track of your network with latency monitoring. Smokeping allows you to maintain a longterm data-store and generate statistical charts based...

Install and Configure ELK Stack on Ubuntu-14.04

by | Tutorials | 19th October, 2016

The ELK stack is a combination of Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana that is used to monitor logs from central location. The ELK stack is very useful when you are trying to troubleshoot problems with your servers or applications. You can easily search and analyze all of your logs in a...

How to Create Grafana and InfluxDB Docker Containers in Ubuntu-14.04

by | Tutorials | 9th October, 2016

InfluxDB : InfluxDB is an open-source time series database written in Go that has been built to work best with metrics, events, and analytics. Using InfluxDB, you can easily store system and application performance data and manage any time series data. Grafana : Grafana is an open-source, general purpose dashboard...

Monitor Apache Server Load and Page Statistics Using Mod_Status

by | Tutorials | 9th October, 2016

Apache is the most popular and widely used web server in the world, so it is important to monitor and debug the performance. Mod_status is an Apache module that is used to monitor Apache web server load and current connections via a web based interface. Mod_status allows a system administrator...

How to Use Quota Support on LXC Containers

by | Tutorials | 9th October, 2016

Quota support is one of the most important features of LXC. When you want to give multiple users access to a LXC container and control disk space then quota’s will be used. You can also use quota’s to manage disk space for web hosting servers. In this post, we will...

Install and Configure Hiawatha Webserver on Ubuntu-14.04

by | Tutorials | 9th October, 2016

Hiawatha is an open source, advanced and secure web server developed by Hugo Leisink since 2002. Hiawatha is a small and lightweight webserver, so it supports older hardware or embedded systems. Hiawatha is a highly secure webserver and has the capability to protect against SQL injections, XSS and CSRF attacks...