The MONITOR tab issue

Discussion in 'Plugins/Modules/Addons' started by Alex Mamatuik, Apr 13, 2022.

  1. Alex Mamatuik

    Alex Mamatuik New Member

    Dear Members,

    Please, help me[​IMG]

    on previous days i was working with my DVR to enable a recordings from camera to server.

    The server has an enough of vCPU (=12) and RAM, which is 64 GB, but now i can't enter to the MODULE tab of the ISP Config.

    Upon pressing the such button, it demands entering user-login and password from the popup-window.

    OS: Centos 7

    Tried to enter all possible names and passwords, but vainly

    Initially, i thought, that, maybe, the popup is related to the

    /* Authentication type */
    $cfg['Servers'][$i]['auth_type'] = 'http';

    but after changing to 'cookie' the popup was again appeared.

    These days also tried to open port 1935, but after an unsuccessful ffmpeg rtsp to rtmp reverted to the previous IPTABLES setting.
    iptables-save > IPtablesbackup.txt
    iptables-restore < IPtablesbackup.txt

    also created a simple daemons to run ffmpeg scripts - for a video recording
    now all the ffmpeg tasks are stopped

    've verified the health status of the monitor tables with mysql> check table monitor_data;
    https://www.howtoforge.com/community/threads/ispconfig-3-monitoring-tab-doesnt-work.56194/
    Everything is okay.

    Could you help me fixing it?
    (the matter doesn't depend on Centos 7 or a php version - all my rest servers show the monitor correctly)
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    My guess is that you somewhere in your apache config might have defined a global alias for /monitor for another application which catches the requests to the monitor module as well.
     
    Jesse Norell likes this.
  3. Alex Mamatuik

    Alex Mamatuik New Member

    Very perfect, Mr.Till..!;)

    Thank you so much!

    The matter was:
    some time earlier i have installed the openvpn-monitor.

    And whilst configuring, added an apache directive:
    /etc/httpd/conf.d/openvpn-monitor.conf
    WSGIScriptAlias /openvpn-monitor /var/www/html/openvpn-monitor/openvpn-monitor.py
    WSGIScriptAlias /monitor /var/www/html/openvpn-monitor/openvpn-monitor.py
    <directory /var/www/html/openvpn-monitor>
    AuthUserFile /etc/openvpn/vpn-htpasswd
    AuthName "Open VPN Monitor"
    AuthType Basic
    require valid-user
    ExpiresActive On
    ExpiresDefault M310
    </directory>


    After removal, the monitor is again STABLE.

    You are magnificent, Till Brehm!
    ISP Config - awesome
     

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