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Re: how to configure monit for remote server ??

From: Ryan Dooley
Subject: Re: how to configure monit for remote server ??
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 06:57:42 -0700

You can get monit to test remote services but it will only do a basic check (tcp open sort of thing) but I have one host checking mysql, apache, ldap and dns ports on other machines.

  check host foo with address
    if failed port 80 protocol http then alert

  check host bar with address
    if failed port 25 protocol smtp then alert

  check host baz with address
    if failed port 636 type tcpssl protocolo ldap3 then alert

  check host baf with address
   if failed port 53 protocol dns then alert

Works well for the most part as a cheap service monitor.


On 8/30/07 4:34 AM, "Jovan Kostovski" <address@hidden> wrote:

monit monitors local services only.
Install monit on the server and use the web interface to check and
conrol the services remotely.

BR, Jovan

On 8/30/07, mahadzar ayala <address@hidden> wrote:
> how to configure monit for remote server
> Is there any suggestion??
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