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

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: featurerequest: "monit unmonitor all for 15m"
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 21:54:36 +0200

Hello Marcus,

i think it is better to script this by adding "at" schedule to your tomcat 
script as suggested by Mark.

M/Monit addresses this problem by showing status of host which has unmonitored 
services as "yellow" instead of "green" so it reminds the admin that there are 
unmonitored services.

See dashboard and status screenshots:

... the first host has 5 services unmonitored so it shows yellow in status page 
and also as yellow chunk in dashboard pie chart.


On Aug 25, 2010, at 12:02 PM, Marcus Mülbüsch wrote:

> 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?
> Marcus
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