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Re: [monit] Processes are started but Monit doesn't automatically monito

From: Thomas
Subject: Re: [monit] Processes are started but Monit doesn't automatically monitor them
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 20:24:40 +0100

Okay everything is fixed. I simply had a very old /etc/event.d script
that was pointing to monit which I had forgotten to remove. Therefore
I had two instance of monit being launched, and the first one being
started before the rc.d ones, could never find the other processes to
monitor so it was an absolute mess going on my server.

Monit works perfectly well with Mysql, Citadel, etc...

Sorry for disturbing the list, I hope that my error will help out
someone else in the future.

Best regards,

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Thomas <address@hidden> wrote:
> How can I deactivate automatic startup of Monit when the server boots up?
>  I have:
>  1) removed all symlinks in /etc/rc.d/*monit
>  2) made /etc/init.d/monit non executable
>  3) set startup=0 in /etc/default/monit
>  How can Monit still be starting up automatically!?
>  I am using ubuntu 7.10 server edition and Monit 4.8.1 from package.
>  On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 6:19 PM, Thomas <address@hidden> wrote:
>  > Argh, Iam having troubles again, now with mysql.
>  >
>  >  I don't understand, should Monit start the processes when the computer
>  >  boots or not?
>  >
>  >  It getting me crazy, the processes are running, but for some reason,
>  >  Monit cannot connect to them, thus it times out and doesn't monitor
>  >  them anymore. But when I manually click on "enable monitoring"
>  >  suddenly it manages to connect and it all passes. Where could that
>  >  problem come from?
>  >
>  >  Concerning mysql, when Monit takes care of starting mysql, the pid
>  >  file doesn't get create, therefore Monit keeps complaining that Mysql
>  >  doesn't exist. If I do "/etc/init.d/mysql start/stop" manually, it
>  >  works perfectly.
>  >

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