Hands on LAB – Configuring LAMP STACK for Web Applications- cookbook


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12 Responses

  1. Hemant says:

    Thanks for nice and helpful article..

  2. peacengell says:

    Thanks for the tut really gr8 ones out there thanks a lot 

  3. Ramdev says:

    @hemant and @peacengell – Thanks for the feedback.

  4. santhosh says:

    Hi Ramdev, its an nice artical anywayz need some help from you, m pretty new to unix world and on some of our servers messages file is not getting updated would you plz help me out on this? It would be a great help..

  5. Ramdev says:

    @Santhosh – please check if syslogd running in the server….
    >> # ps -ef|grep syslogd
     if not running start with 
    >> # svcadm  online  svc:/system/system-log:default
    if already running then test that it is working properly with the logger command
    >>># logger -p daemon.notice “test”

    and check the /var/adm/messages.  if the rtest message not logged, check the /etc/syslog.conf file and  replicate the settings similar to a working machine.

  6. santhosh says:

    @Ramdev: Hi ramdev b4 getting to u i hav tried restarting the “systemlog service” but we are getting another alert as ” syslogd going down on signal 15 ” in the monitoring tool & it stops updating at some point of time. And syslogd is running and even the service is online but still the message file is not getting updated. Test message is getting logged using “logger” but no further messages are logged and also their is enough space for /var on the systems.
            The patch level on most of the systems is 5.10 Generic_127112-08 would this be a reason this,,

    • Ramdev says:

      Hi Santhosh, I couldn’t guess that current patch level causing the issue. But if you look at the post http://wp.me/p1EO9J-Pw , you can see a procedure to trace the process that sends shutdown signal to syslogd. Just initialize the truss as mentioned in the post on troubled machine and check the truss o/p/.

  7. santosh says:

    very useful topic for Linux admins. thanks Ramdev.

  8. Ashish says:

    Hi Sir, very good article, but in my case wordpress aplication is not getting installed, i am having some thoughts, 1. where should i keep all the wordpress file i.e in /var/www/html or /var/www……
    2.do we need to edit the httpd.conf file
    3. do we need to change the permisssions on wordpress directory.
    other everything i was able to install, but in browser it is not coming(wordpress)

    • Ramdev says:

      Hi Ashish, what exactly the error message you have?

      If you want to work with default location and configuration, you can simply copy the wordpress files under /var/www/html. ( you can check this value as DocumentRoot under httpd.conf). Otherwise , you can place any other place you need but you have to change the httpd.conf’s DocumentRoot parameter to reflect that location.
      You don’t need to change the wordpress permission.

  9. Mohammed Hassan Khan says:

    I don’t have words to say. You got the best articles. Really Appreciated

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