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Re: [monit] Can monit "do nothing"?

From: Eric Pailleau
Subject: Re: [monit] Can monit "do nothing"?
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 10:52:23 +0100
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... then exec '/bin/true'

Hello all,

I watch a local connection, and would like to receive a message when the service is unreachable. This happens sometimes under high load, but isn't such a big concern.

Since the service gets restarted when it misses 3 times within 3 cycles it would be enough if the first test just sends a mail when the connection failed, but does not when the connection passes later.

   Is there any way to do something like this:

If failed localhost:80 then alert else if passed then DONOTHING

Obviously there is no DONOTHING action, but it would make sense here. Does anybody have a workaround?



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