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Re: [monit] noob question

From: peter
Subject: Re: [monit] noob question
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 22:49:05 +0700
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Thank you Eric,  so if I put together what you suggest together with what Philippe presented then I get the following

check process pppd with pidfile /var/run/
start program = "/usr/bin/pon dsl-provider"
stop  program = "/usr/bin/poff dsl-provider"
if failed host port 80 protocol http and request "/" for 2 cycles
    then exec "/usr/bin/killall pppd"

Is that right or would this just kill a stalled program?   What I am asking is would it then start again?  (sorry to be so basic but I am on a learning curve here)

On 04/28/2010 10:38 PM, Eric Pailleau wrote:
    if failed icmp type echo count 5 with timeout 30 seconds
        then exec "/bin/rm -f /var/run/"

(if deleting of pid file is sufficient to let the pppd daemon suiciding...
if not, prefere a "/usr/bin/killall pppd" )

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