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Re: Monitoring Mysql service status

From: Jason L. Buberel
Subject: Re: Monitoring Mysql service status
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 09:10:30 -0700
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I am assuming that you are monitoring mysql using a simple TCP socket connection request to the mysql port. Is that correct?

If so, then it will not consume any connection resource for more than the few milliseconds it takes to open the port in order to verify that mysql is listening on that port, then disconnect.

When monitoring postgres, I see the following log entries that indicate the monit status check:

Dec 30 22:54:02 srv1 postgres[32135]: [1-1] LOG:  incomplete startup packet


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Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 12:31:27 +0530
From: "ashok" <address@hidden>
Subject: Monitoring Mysql service status
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Hi List ,,,

I have configured the monit to monitor the MySQL service every 10 seconds

So my doubt is if monit makes a connection to Mysql server every 10 seconds
does the connections terminates  [kills] at that instance?

Pls suggest.


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