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Mon, 7 Nov 2005 08:50:31 -0800 (PST)
I wanted a heartbeat message to be sure the monit is
up and running as I can't open the firewalls to access
the monit console. The clients are particularly uneasy
to open firewalls externally for monitoring purposes.
But email is security friendly enough and can be
routed with ease.
The message can contain any text with some useful info
and the subject can be the actual FQDN of the box.
I can then parse the mbox for the heartbeat messages
and alert if I haven't got one from monit in a certain
This is particularly usefull is one has hundreds of
machines to look after.
It might be strange, but in my experiece it is
Let me know what you think about it...
--- Martin Pala <address@hidden> wrote:
> can you explain the idea little bit more? (how it is
> expected to work -
> e.g. what should the mail contain, etc.)
> Sorin S. wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Would be possible to have monit sending a
> > email (or something else) on a configurable
> > That would make it easy to monitor lots of
> > without the need to open a port...
> > Thanks
> > Sorin
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