November 20, 2017

Installing Cacti on CentOS 5.5

In this tutorial we will be installing Cacti on CentOS 5.5 using the LCMP stack (Linux, Cherokee, MySQL and PHP).

What is Cacti? Cacti is a complete network, server and application graphing solution harnessing the power of RRDtool OpenSource industry standard, high performance data logging and graphing.

So before we start just some general house keeping. The base CentOS 5.5 server hostname and IP address that we’ll be using in this tutorial:

* centos01.how2centos.com (IP 10.0.0.3)

The Cacti server will eventually be available on http://cacti.how2centos.com

The assumption, for this Cacti and CentOS 5.5 tutorial, is that you are running as root and have a medium understanding of the software required or you’re Awesome.
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Installing LCMP stack on CentOS 5.5

LCMP Stack LCMP is an acronym for a stack of free, open source software from the first letters of Linux (operating system), Cherokee HTTP Server, MySQL and Perl/PHP/Python. These are the principal components to build a viable general purpose web server.

LCMP – Linux.Cherokee.MySQL.PHP/Perl/Python

In this tutorial we will be installing the following open source software components to build the LCMP stack. CentOS 5.5 (operating system), Cherokee 1.0.6 (web server), MySQL 5.0.77 (database server), PHP 5.3.3, Perl 5.8.8, Python 2.4.3

Before we start just some general house keeping. The base CentOS 5.5 server hostname and IP address in this tutorial:

* centos01.how2centos.com (IP 10.0.0.3)

The assumption, for this CentOS 5.5 LCMP tutorial, is that you are running as root and have a medium understanding of the software required.
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Installing PHP 5.3.3 on CentOS 5.5 Tutorial

Update: This tutorial will install PHP 5.3.6

In celebration of CentOS now leading the Linux distribution statistics on web servers, with almost 30% of all Linux servers, we thought it fitting that in this tutorial we will show you how to install PHP 5.3.3 (Supports the Kohana Framework) with APC and Memcached on CentOS 5.5.

The assumption for this CentOS 5.5 tutorial is that you are running as root and have a basic understanding of the software required but if you follow this tutorial you should be able to complete the task successfully.
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