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litespeed_wiki:php:new_relic [2017/04/21 12:59]
Michael Alegre Removed example hyperlink.
litespeed_wiki:php:new_relic [2018/09/14 16:02] (current)
Michael Alegre
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   * In this example, we used the tarball installation (v4.6.5.40),​ not the Ubuntu/​Debian nor the RedHat/​CentOS installation,​ so the steps may be different on those installations.   * In this example, we used the tarball installation (v4.6.5.40),​ not the Ubuntu/​Debian nor the RedHat/​CentOS installation,​ so the steps may be different on those installations.
   * We used PHP v5.4.25 installed by the Web Admin Console in its default directory.   * We used PHP v5.4.25 installed by the Web Admin Console in its default directory.
-  * We have LSWS installed in the default directory (/​usr/​local/​lsws).+  * We have LSWS installed in the default directory (''​/​usr/​local/​lsws''​).
   * These steps assume that you have downloaded the New Relic installation package and decompressed the tarball if you chose that method.   * These steps assume that you have downloaded the New Relic installation package and decompressed the tarball if you chose that method.
   * **If you got the installation working, but newrelic isn't recognizing any information on your web server, go to [[litespeed_wiki:​php:​new_relic#​Step_3|Step 3]]**   * **If you got the installation working, but newrelic isn't recognizing any information on your web server, go to [[litespeed_wiki:​php:​new_relic#​Step_3|Step 3]]**
-  * If PHP was installed to a non-standard location (**if you installed via the Web Console, this applies to you**), then you need to do step one.  If the New Relic installation still didn't work with a standard PHP installation,​ then you might also need to do the first step.  Otherwise, you may skip it.  **For cPanel users, PHP is by default installed to /usr/local, which will be found by the install script.**+  * If PHP was installed to a non-standard location (**if you installed via the Web Console, this applies to you**), then you need to do step one.  If the New Relic installation still didn't work with a standard PHP installation,​ then you might also need to do the first step.  Otherwise, you may skip it.  **For cPanel users, PHP is by default installed to ''​/usr/local''​, which will be found by the install script.**
  
 === Step 1: === === Step 1: ===
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 === Step 3: ===  === Step 3: === 
-If you run your web server in [[http://​www.litespeedtech.com/​products/​litespeed-sapi/​php/​suexec-daemon-mode|suEXEC ​Daemon ​Mode]], then you can skip this step.  If you don't, you may need to give permissions to the newrelic log directory to get it working.+If you run your web server in [[http://​www.litespeedtech.com/​products/​litespeed-sapi/​php/​suexec-daemon-mode|Daemon ​mode]], then you can skip this step.  If you don't, you may need to give permissions to the newrelic log directory to get it working.
   * If you need to do this step, I did:   * If you need to do this step, I did:
 <​code>​ > cd /var/log <​code>​ > cd /var/log
 
litespeed_wiki/php/new_relic.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/14 16:02 by Michael Alegre