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Re: monit with systemd services

From: Werner Flamme
Subject: Re: monit with systemd services
Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2012 20:14:04 +0100
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[29.12.2012 11:59] [Frank Murphy]:
> Having had a quick look at man monit.
> Online FAQ, ang Goole.
> I still can't workout how to put,
> a monit syntax to watch rsyslog,
> most of the systemd stated services,
> use no pid.

What OS are you using? In openSUSE 12.2, you have /var/run/
to watch.

You might add something like "-i /var/run/" to the
SYSLOGD_OPTIONS variable set in /etc/sysconfig/rsyslog if it is not
already there.

Following the man page (man 8 rsyslogd), the -i option for rsyslogd
means "Specify an alternative pid file instead of the default one.  This
option must be used if multiple instances of rsyslogd should run on a
single machine."


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