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Re: [monit] http server could not create a server socket at port 2812 --

From: Mark Beattie
Subject: Re: [monit] http server could not create a server socket at port 2812 -- No such file or directory
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 07:53:00 +1100

It's using /etc/monit/monitrc, but it's been working fine that way for a long time. All I did was add a another service to monitor and restart it, but since then it's http server has been dead. So of course the first thing I did was remove the service, but no change...


On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 11:54 PM, Eric Pailleau <address@hidden> wrote:
Mark Beattie a écrit :

Yeah, definitely no zombie processes, and starting/stopping it using an init.d script as root.

There's always some stake holder who asks "but what happens if the monitor dies?", to which the usual response is <face-palm> :)

I faced another issue in past while changing from src compiled to debian package :

monitrc was not in same directory.

Debian package look for

While my config was in

So I needed to create a /etc/monitrc with a simple include of /etc/monit/monitrc .

Have a look that you are loading the right monitrc.

Salutations - Best regards - mit freundlichen Grüssen

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