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Re: Monit dependency problem (bug?)

From: drich
Subject: Re: Monit dependency problem (bug?)
Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2011 13:56:33 -0800
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Taking out the depends doesn't make a difference, it still stays in that loop where it is spewing to the logs.

I'm off-site today, I'll look at this more tomorrow morning when I can pay attention to it rather than to the lecture I'm supposed to be listening to. :-)

On 07.12.2011 13:13, Martin Pala wrote:

Yes, it Eric is correct. The "monit stop …" in the exec action cannot be combined in this case with the "depends on …"

On Dec 7, 2011, at 6:50 PM, Eric Pailleau wrote:
Hello, I guess the problem is "/usr/bin/monit stop ospfd&& /usr/bin/monit restart apache". ospdf is depending on apache, so it will be gracefully restarted in right order when restart apache. launching a "monit stop ospfd" will ask monit to stop by user request, so no restart will be done. Is it correct, Martin ?
Here is what I have in my apache and ospf configs now: check process apache with pidfile /var/run/ start program = "/etc/init.d/httpd start" stop program = "/etc/init.d/httpd stop" if does not exist then exec "/usr/bin/monit stop ospfd&& /usr/bin/monit restart apache" else if recovered then exec "/usr/bin/monit monitor ospfd" if failed host localhost port 80 protocol http and request "/" then restart if children> 50 then restart if 2 restarts within 2 cycles then timeout group server depends on tomcat check process ospfd with pidfile /var/run/quagga/ start program = "/etc/init.d/ospfd start" stop program = "/etc/init.d/ospfd stop" depends on apache depends on fcserver depends on mysql depends on tomcat group network
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