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[monit] Re: Question about monitrc file.

From: via . lej
Subject: [monit] Re: Question about monitrc file.
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2007 13:03:45 +0200
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I really don'y know what happened...i had a problem with your wrapper (syntax 
error: unexpected EOF....), so i copy he init.d script to /etc/ha.d/resource.d, 
i restarted monit and heatbeat but even on failure of a ha service, there is no 
takeover :-(


Le Thu, 04 Oct 2007 15:10:17 +0200, Jovan Kostovski <address@hidden> a écrit:

> On 10/4/07, alex <address@hidden> wrote:
>>     Hi Jovan.
>>     Thank you for detail answer. But one question you don't explain.
>>     Can you tell me from where you know about this feature (that heartbeat
>> don't monitoring scripts from /etc/rc.d/init.d or /etc/init.d)? I haven't
>> doubts that you are right (but i don't check this yet) but want to see
>> this fact in official documentation (as you wrote in previouse letter).
> I'm writing this based on the setup that I've made, from the examples
> that I found on internet on
> It's my opinion that if you don't specify the resources (monitored
> processes) are not defined in /etc/ha.d/resource.d if it's in
> /etc/init.d it would practically mean that every
> script in /etc/init.d will be monitored resource.
> Unfortunately I made an error in the start up wrapper script that I sent you,
> the stop function should be (instead of killing the process it should
> call the original startup script to stop the process):
> stop() {
>       echo -n "Shutting down : "
>       $path_to_exec/$exec_name stop
>       return
> }
> GREETZ, Jovan
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