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Execute script if monit fails to send

From: Holder, Shane
Subject: Execute script if monit fails to send
Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2013 15:03:31 +0000

Hello all,


I have a situation where I have network utilization constraints so I would like to not make unnecessary network calls if possible.  Our network also goes down frequently so I need a way to execute a recovery process if we detect that the network has gone down.  Our configuration of monit is to use M/Monit to monitor our devices so I was wondering if it was possible for monit to detect that it was unable to send and then execute the recovery process.  I know that I could put in an additional rule to connect to the mmonit server but I would like to not add the additional network check if possible.




Shane Holder  |  address@hidden
Solutions Architect |  AmerisourceBergen Specialty Group

3101 Gaylord Parkway, 2W-E131  |  Frisco, TX 75034



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