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Re: [monit] Can't use monit shell if ssl is enabled in httpd

From: Jan Kazemier
Subject: Re: [monit] Can't use monit shell if ssl is enabled in httpd
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 23:03:44 +0200

"monit status" does work here with ssl enabled (monit version 4.10.1
in Debian stable)
Are you sure you're root (or at least have enough permissions) and
monit has the right permissions?

Jan Kazemier

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 8:48 PM, Brad Gessler <address@hidden> wrote:
> I've run into problem though that I can't seem to find an answer to in the
> monit docs. First, my httpd configuration:
>  set httpd port 2002
>          allow crypt /etc/monit/htpasswd
>          use ssl
>          pemfile /etc/monit/certs/monit.pem
> I can successfully use monit my web browser but when I get the following
> when I try to ping monit through the shell:
>  ~# monit status
>  monit: cannot read status from the monit daemon
> If I disable ssl everything works great from the shell, but I really need
> that https to protect authentication over the wire. Does monit simply not
> work from the shell if ssl is turned on?
> Thanks!
> Brad
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