Litespeed Web Server Statistics in Netdata Including Fixes

Showing MySQL Metrics in Netdata
View of Litespeed graphis in Netdata

It’s pretty simple to get this done, as there’s a plugin built in. As per this guide on the Netdata website.

https://app.netdata.cloud/spaces/lmtca-space/rooms/general/nodes/34d04048-ab58-11ea-81cb-5600029faf80#chartName=menu_ebpf&after=-900&before=0

You simple need to run the following commands to create the necessary configuration.

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You then update a single line at the bottom of the file. Set path to /tmp/lshttpd/

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After restarting Netdata you might find that there is no change to your dashboard. Let’s check the logs….

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Since the file .rtreport is actually symlinked to /dev/shm/lsws/status/.rtreport which is owned by nobdy/nogroup. We simply need to add netdata to the nogroup group.

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You should then be able to see the Litespeed section in Netdata Cloud

Litespeed Netdata Cloud Graphs

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