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How to Monitor Your Server in WHM

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In this article we will briefly cover the basics of monitoring your server via WHM. By following this process you will learn how to find: service status, resource usage, and Apache stats.

Step 1.

With WHM open in your web browser, (a) type "status" into the search box. This should sort the list to only a few items.

Navigate to Monitoring

Step 2.

Click "Service Status" from the list. This will open the service status page, here you can view the status of various services and server info.

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Note:
If there is a problem the green checkmark icon will turn into a red ‘x’ icon.

Step 3.

Now, with the same search, click “Apache Status” from the list. This will show you the current state of Apache on the server.

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Conclusion

By following this tutorial you should now know how to monitor your Server's overall status and the status of various services. As always for our Liquid Web customers the dedicated Sonar Monitoring™ team is monitoring your server 24/7.

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About the Author: David Singer

I am a g33k, Linux blogger, developer, student, and former Tech Writer for Liquidweb.com. My passion for all things tech drives my hunt for all the coolz. I often need a vacation after I get back from vacation....

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