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Re: [monit] Executing external script with monit

From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland
Subject: Re: [monit] Executing external script with monit
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:46:14 +0100

Monit purges the environment and only sets a spartan PATH when it execute a script/program. The program therefor, most likely are missing some environment variables when executed from monit, which you have available when run manually. See also this thread from two days back,

On 23. jan.. 2008, at 12.33, Arturo Díaz Almagro wrote:

Hello all,

I am using 'monit' to test a mysql port to detect possible failures and exec an script when the failure happens. The script runs properly except the invocation of the command snmptrap (it also occurred with nsupdate command), so the trap to inform is not sent.

If I run the script manually it sends the trap properly. I gave the script SUID permissions just in case it is the problem, but nothing to do... does anybody know why this happens?


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