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Re: {Disarmed} Re: [monit] Is this possible?

From: Scott Silva
Subject: Re: {Disarmed} Re: [monit] Is this possible?
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 13:14:11 -0700
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on 7-31-2008 1:05 PM Dimitri Yioulos spake the following:
On Thursday 31 July 2008 3:52 pm, Dimitri Yioulos wrote:
On Thursday 31 July 2008 3:17 pm, Scott Silva wrote:
on 7-31-2008 12:05 PM Tomich,John spake the following:
If I understand log correctly, monit detected PID file change, but did
not attempt to execute, yes?  I'm afraid you'll have to seek
further guidance elsewhere, I'm stumped.  Also, must leave office on
business trip, and will be out of touch for a few days.  Good luck!
Does the restart script have absolute paths to everything?

Monit passes a very sparse environment to scripts it runs.
Hi, Scott.

That was it!  I changed

#! /bin/bash
mysql test1 < restart.sql


#! /bin/bash
mysql test1 < /root/restart.sql

And, voila.

Arrrgh, I should know better.  Thanks so much to you, John, and Pierrick
for your help.

Now to test that it works if I restart the OS.

BTW, I know your name from the MS list.  Small virtual world :-) .  You may
remember my name from some of the dumb mistakes I post about there. Anyway, again thanks.


I'm back  :-(  .

Well, it didn't work upon system restart. And, why would it, since there's no previous timestamp to compare against, what with a pid being a transitory type of file. Anyone got any ideas how I can accomplish that (if I haven't worn you out already)?


Do you need it to happen always after a system restart?
Just stick a line at the end of rc.local to run your script.

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