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Old 15th March 2012, 10:15
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Question Keeping services up

Hi there. I am new to ISPConfig and migrating from Plesk.

Yesterday my Apache was down on my server. Is it the case, that I have to configure upstart or something to keep the service up - or should ISPConfig do so already and this is a hint for a misconfiguration?

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Old 15th March 2012, 10:38
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You can either use the internal ispconfig monitoring System which can be enabed under System > Server config > Rescue or use a separate monitoring software like monin / munit.
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Old 15th March 2012, 11:43
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Thank you for your quick reply, this seems to work!

Two more questions:

Is this feature "experimental", because it is not enabled by default (seems to be a good default setting to keep the webserver up in an hosting control panel) and neither mentioned in the manual (at least in the version i bought).

Where can I get more information about this service? E.g. i would want to finetune the check-interval, cause it seems to me that the server stays down for an unnecessary long time (a minute?)
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The feature is not experimental and it is mentioned in the current version of the manual (1.3) on page 209.

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Where can I get more information about this service? E.g. i would want to finetune the check-interval, cause it seems to me that the server stays down for an unnecessary long time (a minute?)
The ispconfig cronjob runs once a minute, so the check can not occur more often. If you need shorter check intevals, use a external monitoring software.
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Old 15th March 2012, 12:12
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Thank you for your quick replies. This kind of community support is a huge advantage over Plesk !!!!
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