[Linux-HA] Re: Monitoring Apache
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Fri Jan 9 12:16:36 MST 2009
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 17:13, Karl W. Lewis <karl.w.lewis at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 9:28 AM, Dejan Muhamedagic <dejanmm at fastmail.fm>wrote:
>> On Fri, Jan 09, 2009 at 12:27:51PM +0000, Thomas Mueller wrote:
>> > >
>> > >> I also had trouble with the OCF script on RHEL5 that's why I went for
>> > >> the lsb script. But again, the OCF is recommended as it has more
>> > >> functionality and lets you monitor the resource better.
>> > >
>> > > Looks like an apache OCF guide is due. Or is it that we just hear from
>> > > people having trouble with it.
>> > hmm.. for me the apache OCF agent is working without any problem (Debian
>> > 4.0, heartbeat/pacemaker)
>> Well, and it should work without problems. But it looks like
>> people are having issues configuring. I suspect that, once the
>> user/admin overcomes the obstacle of setting up the configfile
>> attribute correctly, it boils down to having no server status
>> page or that access to it is denied or something. Well, looking
>> at the meta-data, there's certainly room for improvement in the
>> documentation part.
>> > - Thomas
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>>> looking at the meta-data, there's certainly room for improvement in the
> documentation part. <<
> At the considerable risk of seeming ungrateful for the tremendous piece of
> work that heartbeat is, yes, I should think there's room for improvement in
> the documentation.
its getting better - have you seen the documentation here:
particularly the configuration explained document
> Thank you Tobias, Dejan, and Thomas for your time and comments.
> My plan then is to attempt an upgrade to the latest version of Heartbeat.
> (I'm skeptical that the OpenSuSE version
by that do you mean packages built for opensuse or the RHEL packages
hosted on the buildservice?
the later should work without question
> will install on RedHat, but I'll
> give it a shot.) (I suppose there's no reason not to compile from source,
> I'll see if I can get our Web expert to arrange a way for our server to
> serve up a status page in a way that he does not feel violates security
> requirements. (I wonder if it can be made available only from localhost, or
> some such.)
> I'm told that if I use the lsb script for apache I can perhaps get mon to
> work with heartbeat to ensure that hte resource stays available.
> Again, I thank you all for your suggestions, insights and comments. You are
> very kind.
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