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Re: Configuring monit to keep application running

From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland
Subject: Re: Configuring monit to keep application running
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2014 01:43:16 +0200

On 16 Sep 2014, at 01:21, chinaboy <address@hidden> wrote:

> Thank you so much. So this is what I have now in by bash and monitrc file. 
> But the STATUS in Monit says "Execution Failed". Am I missing something?
> #!/bin/bash 
> SHELPDIR=/opt/SimpleHelp
> case "$1" in
>  start)
>     echo $$ > /opt/SimpleHelp/; 
>     cd $SHELPDIR ; sh ./

It depends on what does I guess. BTW, move echo $$ > 
/opt/SimpleHelp/; into since you are using 'sh 
./’ you will start a new process (via sh) so the pid of this 
script ($$) will probably not be the one for the SimpleHelp process. 

A debug tip is to wrap your start/stop program in bash and redirect all output 
to a log file which you can examine at leisure while you sing a happy song: 

check process SimpleHelp with path /opt/SimpleHelp/
    start program = "/bin/bash -c '/etc/init.d/simplehelp start 
    stop program = "/etc/init.d/simplehelp stop"

In the above example, the reason why exec failed should be found in 
/tmp/simplehelp.out. Once problem is solved, change start program back to start 
program = "/etc/init.d/simplehelp start"

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