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[monit] Monit starts too early at system startup

From: redvivi
Subject: [monit] Monit starts too early at system startup
Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2008 04:36:25 -0800 (PST)

Hello !

I'm using monit on a Debian system with 2 clustered (heartbeat) servers
(active/passive). The main problem is on system startup. I have 2 groups in
monit, one group for the local ressources and one for the shared ressources
between the server. 

By default, the server starts as primary server, so monit starts to monitor
all the daemons (both groups) and the problem is it takes a while to setup
the DRBD partition (which contains the data of the shared ressources'
daemons) so several daemons can't start. 

Consequently, I have a lot of alert and monit sometimes stops to monitor the
daemons even if they start then. Is there a way to solve this problem
without increasing the cycle time and the alert rules ?


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