I was wondering earlier why my Apache Cacti graphs were all graphing 0s. Looking to test manually, I see it’s either 0s or -1s like below.
; html-script: false ][revin@forge ~]# /usr/bin/php -q /usr/share/cacti/scripts/ss_get_by_ssh.php --host xx.xx.xxx.xxx --type apache --items g1,g3
Looking at the Apache access log on the target server, I noticed Cacti…
For some users, running Apache on different ports is more economical than adding multiple IPs to the same server i.e. when you have several Apache servers behind a load balancer where the public IP is in front of the load…
OR conditions are normally difficult to optimize when used on different columns, a pain when the columns are of range conditions and worst when done between 2 or more different tables. Look at my example below, the original query is…