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Re: Not a valid pidnumber

From: Dylan Carruthers
Subject: Re: Not a valid pidnumber
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 08:00:18 +1200

It did indicate a problem though: the program wasn't running. Is there
not a way for the program to be restarted if the pid file is
incorrect? Or should the program be fixing the pid file before it
stops etc?


Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2007 18:33:20 +0200
From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Not a valid pidnumber

Monit has been updated in CVS and the log file is no longer peppered
with these statements. You may get the new monit version by following
these instructions (or wait for an official release)

Best regards
Jan-Henrik Haukeland

On 16. jun. 2007, at 12.45, Dylan Carruthers wrote:


I had a situation where my syslog (Debian 4.0) were filled with
monit: <blah> pidfile does not contain a valid pidnumber

But the process was not restarted to clear this error. Is there a way
to make a restart happen on this error?


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