After some further playing around, I noticed that the default file is placed in the home
directory (which just happened to be my current directory).
Stating the file as ~/xxx works.
What are the exact rules for legal lock files ?
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 2:07 PM, Moshe Cohen <address@hidden>
starting monit regularly (no -p) works and creates a .monit.pid file in the current directory
starting another instance with "-p xxx" fails and the log says there is no permission to create the file. ( -p /tmp/xxx works, though. )
How come the default PID file is created but the specified one has no permission - both on same current directory ?
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 7:58 AM, Jan-Henrik Haukeland <address@hidden>
Just specify a different pidfile using the -p switch to Monit
On 11. sep.. 2008, at 22.59, Moshe Cohen wrote:
How can I run more than one instances of Mon it on the same machine?
Currently, starting a new Monit instance just awakens the existing daemon of the existing instance.