Monitor database issues for OpenCart or Joomla websites
Database issues for websites developed using OpenCart or Joomla can be identified by enabling a Content Match.
- Configure your website response such that a particular text is always present during all success responses and absent during all error responses
- While adding a website monitor, configure the text that will be passed for every success response from your website, by navigating to
Home > Monitors > Click on the (+) icon > Content Match > Keywords to be present
With the Content Match configured, Site24x7 will check for the presence of the configured text in all responses. Any response without that text will be reported as "Trouble" or "Down". This will give you a heads up about any corrupt database affecting your website.
I can only see a limited amount of MySQL database monitors added. How to add new databases for monitoring?
By default, MySQL instances will be auto-discovered and added as free monitors. MySQL data collection and monitoring will start once the agent is provided with the proper credentials. Check this article on how to add or update credentials. New ...
My MySQL monitor shows "no data."
Troubleshooting tips when no data is shown in MySQL monitor: Please provide the credentials to the Site24x7 server monitoring agent using the following command: sudo /opt/site24x7/monagent/scripts/AgentManager.sh mysql --add_instance Ensure the ...
Monitor websites that require a HTTP POST to determine availability
You can monitor websites that require HTTP POST to determine availability. You can configure HTTP request methods to be passed (POST/GET/HEAD/POST XML) under the HTTP Configuration while adding a monitor itself. Log in to the Site24x7 client and ...
Why is my MySQL monitor not discovered?
If your MySQL is not getting discovered, you cannot add your MySQL, you are unable to add MySQL server for monitoring, or unable to view your MySQL resources, try discovering your resources by navigating to Server > Server Monitor > Rediscover ...
Monitor count refers to the number of websites/servers you add for monitoring. If you add ESX servers, we automatically discover all the available VMs on each ESX server and count it as a VM monitor, thus increasing your total monitor count.