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Re: [monit] monitrc vs monit.conf

From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland
Subject: Re: [monit] monitrc vs monit.conf
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2009 12:33:57 +0100

We use monitrc only and the name is hardcoded, but it is possible to specify the control file using the -c switch to the monit program. I suspect that the rpm has a wrapper script using -c to specify /etc/ monit.conf as the control file.

On 11. jan.. 2009, at 22.59, Michael Moon wrote:

I have a 4.9 version of monit running that uses /etc/monitrc for configuration settings. I download an rpm for a 4.9 version and it uses /etc/monit.conf Can someone let me know why the difference? What controls the name of the config file. I would like to change it so both versions match.

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