A video on Laracast says that routes.php is inside ./app/Http/.
Can’t find it.
I’m trying to figure it out and update this post!
OK!, almost 24hours later…
But!, I hadn’t been all this time looking for the solution.
YES!, I’v seen it before and tried but didn’t worked…
I was trying to use Laravel Annotation, but with no success.
OK!, heres the real sh*t.
We can have routes.php on Laravel 5 inside app/Http.
We need to active it on app/Providers/RouteServiceProvider.php, by uncomment require app_path(‘Http/routes.php’);.
You will need to update the “route:list” or what they call…
This is how…
php artisan clear-compiled
php artisan route:scan
and list them on console…
php artisan route:list
Your routes should work now.
Since we need composer, lets install it.
We have to have installed curl and php-cli on our server.
apt-get install curl
apt-get install php5-cli
Lets now install composer.
curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
Lets now move composer to /user/local/bin/composer so we can run it anywhere in the system.
mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer
Inside the folder that we want to put Laravel 5, in my case /home/webroot/domain.com/www2/ lets run
/usr/local/bin/composer create-project laravel/laravel www2 dev-develop
Simple and fast.
Inside the folder, that we installer laravel /home/webroot/domain.com/www2 lets run
php artisan -V
HOORAY! Laravel Framework version 5.0-dev!
DigitalOcean has posted a nice post about how to create a AppArmor profile for nginx on Ubuntu 14.04.
Setting up the monitoring on all of your devices may seem daunting, but auto-discovery makes it simple. There is no need to know what objects on a device to monitor, or even how to configure them. All you need to know is the hostname or IP address, and Active Discovery does the identification and configuration. Some of the items that it looks for on each device include:
- Physical disks
- Temperature sensors
- Virtual IPs
- VPN links
Redis-Commander is a node.js web application used to view, edit, and manage a Redis Database
Simple sinatra based dashboard for redis. After seeing the fnordmetric project I was inspired to write this. Some of the ideas there have be carried over here.
Real time dashboard for redis
I often find myself wondering how our redis instances are being used and which areas of the application are the heavy consumers. It’s also useful to predict how the memory consumption is growing over a period of time. Luckily, redis offers a couple of commands, INFO and MONITOR that expose some useful bits of information. Using the data from these two commands, it’s easy to build up a trend over a period of time.
redis-stat is a simple Redis monitoring tool written in Ruby.
redis-stat allows you to monitor Redis instances
either with vmstat-like output from the terminal
or with the dashboard page served by its embedded web server.
By providing an agent, message bus, & event processor, Sensu enables developers and operations teams to compose comprehensive telemetry systems to meet unique business requirements.
Designed for the Cloud
The Cloud introduces new challenges to monitoring tools, Sensu was created with them in mind. Sensu will scale along with the infrastructure that it monitors.