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Re: Question about monitrc file.

From: via . lej
Subject: Re: Question about monitrc file.
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:46:22 +0200
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I would like to do these step:

As soon as the process is declared as not running (misconfiguration etc...), 
launch the "monit heartbeat stop" command is order to change the active node.

Any idea ?


Le Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:35:32 +0200, Jovan Kostovski <address@hidden> a écrit:

> On 8/27/07, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I had an error with that command line:
>> if 2 restarts within 2 cycles then exec "/usr/sbin/monit heartbeat stop"
>> i get:
>> /etc/monit/monitrc:212: Error: syntax error 'exec "'
>> what is the problem ?
> The syntax for this check is :
> So the only action you can take after that check is timeout, which
> actually calls the UNMONITOR action which will stop monitoring
> the service. This means if you execute this check you'll have to
> add another check that will test if the service is not running
> and to issue the MONITOR action (run a script monit monitor service_name)
> At the moment I can't figure out how to check if process is running (the only
> think I can think of is to check if pid changed, but that will notify
> you that the
> process has been restarted)
> Martin? Jan-Henrik? Any Ideas?
> Vianney what exactly do you want to achieve? Maybe it can be
> done some other way, some other checks.
> BR, Jovan
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