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Re: [monit] monit fails mysteriously on refresh after upgrade from Debi

From: Jenny Hopkins
Subject: Re: [monit] monit fails mysteriously on refresh after upgrade from Debian etch to lenny
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 12:32:27 +0000

2009/2/25 Martin Pala <address@hidden>:
> To fix the problem you will need to recompile:
> 1.) get the source here:
> 2.) install bison, flex, libssl-dev
> 3.) untar monit source distribution
> 4.) compile:
> ./configure
> make
> Then the "make install" can deploy the monit binary to /usr/local/bin or you
> can copy it wherever you want. I think debian package tweaks the
> configuration file name ... the default for monit is monitrc


What I hope willl be a final question about this!
A friend has grabbed the patch from cvs for the divide by 0 memory
bug, and compiled it into the current debian lenny package for me.
This seems to have eliminated the problem, and i have monit running
once again :-)

However, as soon as I try and actually add any processes to monitor
into my monitrc file, I get an error about process engines.
I note that
 Use process engine = False
is set.
Please could you tell me if to get this value to True, it has to be
part of the compile, or a line i would set in a config file somewhere?



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