ISPConfig, Problem with Monitoring ?

Discussion in 'General' started by alexander.bluemm, May 9, 2012.

  1. alexander.bluemm

    alexander.bluemm New Member

    Hi all,

    i tried to install this howto:
    Installing A Web, Email & MySQL Database Cluster On Debian 6.0 With ISPConfig 3

    I get no correct systemstates.

    Overview on Host-1
    (There is no OS-Information about Host-2)

    Klicking on "More Information..." (Host-1) shows the details.

    Klicking on "More Information..." (Host-2) shows no details.
    On Host-2 the same Problems

    Host-2 shows no Services, Memory Usage, etc.

    Bugtracker-ID 2054 did not help.

    Where is the Problem?

    TNX in advance
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    There seems to be a database connection problem so that server2 can not connect to the database of the master. These kind of problems are caused mostly by wrong /etc/hosts file entries during install. When the hostname settings in /etc/hosts are wrong then the ispconfig installer and mysql database can not create correct mysql users. You can verify that by trying to connect with the mysql command from the slave to the master with the master connection details from the file /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/, if the connection fails then /etc/hosts was wrong during setup.
  3. alexander.bluemm

    alexander.bluemm New Member

    Hi Till,

    from Host-2 (slave) a login is possible.
    But on /var/log/user.log there are these entries.



    The attacker is an IE9. :D

    der Alex
  4. alexander.bluemm

    alexander.bluemm New Member

    Hi Till,

    i've reinstalled this testsystem and it run. :eek:
    I think you are right with your info.

    Mny tnx

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