Resources, Articles, Tricks, and Solutions in connection to Server Management Service

Adding Additional Instances To Nagios Log Server Cluster

This article covers method to add instances to Nagios Log Server Cluster. You will need to have an existing Nagios Log Server cluster before following the steps in this guide. An existing cluster is one or more instances of Nagios Log server.

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Manage Clusters In Nagios Log Server - Fix it Now ?

This article covers how to manage and identify key information on your Nagios Log. Nagios Log Server is a clustered application, it consists of one or more instances of Nagios Log Server. An instance is an installation of Nagios Log Server, it participates in the cluster and acts as a location for the received log data to reside. The log data is spread across the instances using the Elasticsearch database, a special database used by Nagios Log Server.

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cPanel reported error number 1 when it ended - Fix it Now ?

This article covers methods to resolve cPanel reported error number 1 when it ended. This error makes cPanel copy action on an account from another server to fail.

The error means that the destination server isn't able to login into the source server to fetch files .


To fix this error, do the following:

1) Recheck your username and password used along with the IP too.

2) Firewall, the source firewall is blocking your destination server IP. 

You would need to login into the WHM of the source server and goto "ConfigServer Security & Firewall".

Retry you transfer and it should be working.

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Import Nagios Log Server Into Microsoft Hyper-V - How to Do it?

This article covers how to easily Import Nagios Log Server Into Microsoft Hyper-V. Basically, to Import Nagios Log Server Into Microsoft Hyper-V we need to follow a series of steps outlined in this guide. 

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cPanel Error Iproute Conflicts With Kernel - Fix it Now ?

This article covers method to fix cPanel Error Iproute Conflicts With Kernel. Basically, this error happens when we have an outdated kernel on the server. 


Instead of deleting conflicting kernels, you can also add the iproute package to the excludes of yum in /etc/yum.conf file, then the iproute package won't be marked for the update.

It can be useful when you need to perform an update but can't reboot the server at the given moment. 

It can be excluded manually using a preferred text editor or using the following command:

$ sed -i 's/exclude=/exclude=iproute /' /etc/yum.conf

The change can be reverted using this command:

$ sed -i 's/exclude=iproute /exclude=/' /etc/yum.conf

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Configure SSL / TLS in Nagios Log Server - How to do it ?

This article covers how to configure SSL/TLS in Nagios Log Server. SSL/TLS provides security between the end user's web browser and Nagios Log

Server by encrypting the traffic. This guide is intended for use by Nagios Log Server Administrators who require encrypted connections to their Nagios Log Server.

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