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Alert format question/feature request

From: Daniel Rich
Subject: Alert format question/feature request
Date: Tue, 06 Sep 2011 14:33:51 -0700
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I just had a question from a fellow sysadmin that I don't think is possible in monit, but I figured I would ask the rest of the list:
Is it possible to get CPU and memory alerts to show us output from 'top', or something else to tell us the offending process(es)?
As a more general question, is there any way to embed the output of a command in an alert? I don't see a way to do it from the docs. For example, I might want to get the top 10 CPU users with a command like "top -d1 -ocpu 10" and have that be part of the alert e-mail.
Dan Rich <address@hidden> |
                               |  "Step up to red alert!"  "Are you sure, sir?
                               |   It means changing the bulb in the sign..."
                               |          - Red Dwarf (BBC)

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