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RE: multiple monit instances running.

From: Peter Holdaway
Subject: RE: multiple monit instances running.
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 18:18:26 -0700


  Unfortunately I will be away for a few weeks, so I will not have time to
do this.

  I have fallen back to version 3.2 of monit in the meantime.

  I hope to look into it when I return.

  Perhaps it is something unique to my systems.


> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Jan-Henrik Haukeland
> Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 6:10 PM
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> Subject: Re: multiple monit instances running.
> "Peter Holdaway" <address@hidden> writes:
> > While monit status seems to work, most other things including the
> > httpd do not.
> >
> >   When I try and reload monit ...
> >
> > address@hidden $ monit reload
> > Reinitializing monit daemon
> > monit: No daemon process found
> I think there is only one explanation for this, monit must have
> aborted (dumped core) when you did a reload which may (or may not)
> explain the other strange monit processes you can see via ps.
> The problem is, I cannot reproduce this on my Linux box, reload works
> fine (also by stress testing, doing a wakeup and then reload, e.g.:
> monit && monit reload). Can others reproduce problem this on Solaris?
> A couple of things have changed in the CVS and you may want to do a
> cvs update and try again. If the problem remains, it would be very
> interesting if you could do a strace on monit and post the log file
> (only the relevant parts, it's going to be long :) so we hopefully can
> see what the problem is. If you get a core file, it could be
> interesting for us to do a post-mortem debug using the core file as
> well.
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> Jan-Henrik Haukeland
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