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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote How to Install Cacti 1.2 on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS ***Overview Cacti is a free and open-source web-based network monitoring tool designed as the front end application for the Round-Robin database tool (RRDtool). It allows users to poll the services at an interval of time and resulting in the graph format. Cacti, in general, it is used to get a graph of CPU and network bandwidth utilization and monitors the network traffic by polling a router or switch over the SNMP protocol. Here, we will see how to install Cacti on Ubuntu 18/19/20 ***Code in this video*** Link Code in this video : *** Vultr try *** Free 100$ : *** Ubuntu tutorials *** ******************** 1. How to Install LAMP ( Apache2 MariaDB2 PHP7 ) on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS : 2. How to Install GLPI on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS : 3. How to Install Cacti on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS : 4. How to Install Secure Apache with Let’s Encryt on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS : 5. How to Remove SSL Let’s Encryt on Ubuntu 18/19/20 LTS Video Rating: / 5


  • Upendra Gandhi 2 weeks ago

    This was extremely useful. I had 1.1.38 on ubuntu 18.04 from their repos and needed to get to 1.2x which Debian mainteners will not add to Ubuntu 18.04 so this video came to rescure. Also don't have to deal with Time Bug in Cacti previous versions/workarounds too. God bless you.

  • Firooz Ahmad 2 weeks ago

    thank you for your amazing tutorial.
    i did all steps correct but at the end in the Critical Binary Locations and Versions there is one error RED CROSS /usr/sbin/sendmail
    if you tell me how to fix this or i can go to the next step with this error i will be grateful again thank you for your super tutorial bro wish you best of luck.

  • Юрий Шарапов 2 weeks ago

    FATAL: Connection to Cacti database failed. Please ensure:

    the PHP MySQL module is installed and enabled.
    the database is running.
    the credentials in config.php are valid.

    Googled the solution, did not find…= ( and this error is many

  • Matheus Marques 2 weeks ago

    Hi, Can you post a txt of the file /etc/mysql/mariadb.conf.d/50-server.cnf ???

    Everthing is okay, but in mysql-settings these variable are with problems

    innodb_flush_log_at_timeout 1 >= 3 As of MariaDB 10.3.23-1:10.3.23+maria~bionic, the you can control how often MariaDB flushes transactions to disk. The default is 1 second, but in high I/O systems setting to a value greater than 1 can allow disk I/O to be more sequential
    innodb_read_io_threads 4 >= 32 With modern SSD type storage, having multiple read io threads is advantageous for applications with high io characteristics.
    innodb_write_io_threads 4 >= 16 With modern SSD type storage, having multiple write io threads is advantageous for applications with high io characteristics.

  • Thực Nguyễn Tiến 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for the good video

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