Archive for May, 2012

=================================== This is an update from this post =================================== I’m in the process of upgrading all client computers from Java version 6.31 to Java 7.4.  Like all major version upgrades of Java if you simply install the new version the old version will remain installed.  Therefore, I’ve included instructions that allows you to remove the […]

Last week I set out to configure a test environment for building a new website on WordPress.  I decided to setup a Linux server running as a guest on Hyper-V on my Windows 8 beta laptop.  Primarily, I wanted to setup a WordPress site that would be configured under what will be the production URL […]

Monitoring a specific web page with Nagios

Posted: 14th May 2012 by Seth Killey in Apps, Linux

Recently I was in need of using the check_http plugin in Nagios to monitor a web app that wasn’t the root web page in IIS.  I’ve used check_http before but never knew how to check sub pages until recently so I figured I’d jot down some notes because it wasn’t overly intuitive to me. First […]