Changing the port for Apache monitoring
- Edit the ports configuration file:
For Ubuntu/Debian: Edit /etc/apache2/ports.conf
For Centos/Redhat: Edit /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
- Check for the line Listen 80. Change port from 80 to the desired port.
- To make the server accept connections on the port for only specific interfaces, change Listen 90 to Listen domain.com:90
- Save the file and restart the server.
Enabling SSL for Apache Monitoring
Enable SSL support on Apache default virtual host file, found in the following location: For Ubuntu/Debian: sudo vi /etc/apache2/sites-enable/000-default.conf For Centos/Redhat: sudo vi /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf Edit the virtual host file to support ...
A comparison on the overall capabilities of agent based server monitoring and On-Premise Poller
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Verifying the NetFlow port of an On-Premise Poller
For NetFlow analysis, you need to configure your devices to export flows to Site24x7 On-Premise Poller, which is the NetFlow collector. The On-Premise Poller will be listening to the particular port to receive flows, which is why a proper port number ...
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Ignore transactions from monitoring
To ignore or drop transactions from monitoring by the APM Insight PHP agent, follow the below-given steps. Install APM Insight PHP agent in your application and add a configuration file /opt/zpa/conf/transaction_drop_patterns.conf Add transaction ...