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RE: is monit just a pain in the arse or what ?

From: Cryer,Phil
Subject: RE: is monit just a pain in the arse or what ?
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 08:21:02 -0500

>> I am running Ubuntu Feisty server with the apt-get monit installed,
>> I did not screw anything up in the build/install.

>All this looks like problems with your monit configuration. We could
help more (I hope) if you post a copy of your >monit control file as
well as the monit version you are using. (I don't know which version
comes with Ubuntu).
>You can also try running the monit daemon in debug mode from the
console like so 'monit -Iv' and query it using >'monit -v summary'  
>his should output some useful debug info to the console, which may help
debugging the problems you have with 

Also run with logging, this has helped me solve 100% of my configuration
issues with Monit.  While it might not be the most intuitive, Monit is
perfect at what it does, IMO, and once you learn how to use it, it's


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