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icmp failure, but no exec?

From: Mike Jackson
Subject: icmp failure, but no exec?
Date: Fri, 7 Apr 2006 16:57:43 -0700

I'm using monit 4.7 on a FreeBSD 6.0 box. I entered the following rule and
pulled the plug on the server to test this rule (with the hostname and IP

check host blah with address 123.456.789.12
  if failed icmp type echo count 5 timeout 10 seconds for 3 times within 5
cycles then exec "/usr/local/bin/monit unmonitor bigbrother-client;
/usr/local/bin/monit unmonitor bigbrother-server;
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/ stop"
    else if passed for 5 cycles then exec "/usr/local/bin/monit monitor
bigbrother-client; /usr/local/bin/monit monitor bigbrother-server;
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/ start"

After 5 unsuccessful pings cycles, it did nothing. It never exec'ed the listed command, nor did it give any indication why it didn't - no errors or anything. Help?

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