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RE: featurerequest: "monit unmonitor all for 15m"

From: Roedel, Mark
Subject: RE: featurerequest: "monit unmonitor all for 15m"
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 16:09:32 +0000

As a workaround -- how about creating a start script that you can launch via an 
'at' job?

(Something like 'at -f now + 15 minutes')

Mark Roedel
LeTourneau University

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Marcus Mülbüsch
Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 5:03 AM
To: This is the general mailing list for monit
Subject: featurerequest: "monit unmonitor all for 15m"

Hello all,

    did it ever happen to you, that you want to reconfigure, say, your 
tomcat server, and before doing so issue a

/etc/init.d/tomcat-6 stop

    Except, of course, tomcat doesn't stay down, because monit restarts 
it. Now, you obviously forgot to unmonitor the process. So you issue a

monit unmonitor tomcat

and do your work.

    The problem is, that most of the time you forget to start monitoring 
the process again when you're finished - at least I do

    Wouldn't it be nice to say beforehand how long you want to monit not 
to monitor a process?

    Can it be done? Or is there any workaround? How do you manage that? 
Or do you simply not forget to start monitoring again?


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