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Re: How can I keep monitoring a Zombie process?

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: How can I keep monitoring a Zombie process?
Date: Sat, 06 Oct 2007 22:33:43 +0200
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OK, i hanged the code to continue the monitoring.

Thanks :)

Jan-Henrik Haukeland wrote:
On 5. okt. 2007, at 23.39, Martin Pala wrote:

Should we allow further monitoring? It can be probably better (more flexible).

What do you think?

+ 1 I think we should


Martin Pala wrote:
Yes, the idea behind it is that the zombie process is usually unmanageable.
Monit thus sends alert and stops the zombie service monitoring.
MosheC wrote:
I have the following line check process xxx with pidfile /home/moshe/icpipe/run/
Process xxx occasionally becomes a zombie but a new one is created

The problem is that monit automatically stops monitoring the process when it

I have also tried to trick Monit to think it can restart the process itself
   check process xxx with pidfile /home/moshe/icpipe/run/
        start program = "/bin/true" ###
        stop program = "/bin/true" ###
but that didn't help either.

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