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Re: execute a command get results

From: Bernd Wurst
Subject: Re: execute a command get results
Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2010 06:46:57 +0100
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Am Freitag 17 Dezember 2010, 17:03:11 schrieb EzCom Keith:
> Without much more to go on, I would say this sounds like more of a shell
> script/cron
> situation, as Monit is only a monitor, and it isn't designed to interact
> directly with services
> in that manner. It just verifies that they live, and that certain file
> dependencies are
> unchanged.

It would be great if Monit would have such a feature, execute a script, 
compare the exit-code or the output to a given value and set the monitoring 
status based on that test.

So one could monitor arbitrary things that are too special to have monit a 
built-in test for it.

I thought this has been on the agenda for Monit 5.0 some time ago. I hope this 
will be available in future versions.


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