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Re: YAJSW wrapper service monitor

From: frwa onto
Subject: Re: YAJSW wrapper service monitor
Date: Fri, 4 Sep 2015 23:50:50 +0800

Hi Dino,
            Yes sorry for my mistake there but I am not sure if my written script makes sense here or not ?

On Fri, Sep 4, 2015 at 11:16 PM, Tino Hendricks <address@hidden> wrote:
Sorry for a dumb question maybe: Is there a slash („/„) missing in front of „usr/local…“?

> Am 04.09.2015 um 17:01 schrieb frwa onto <address@hidden>:
> Hi All,
>          I have managed to run a java service using the this tool called YAJSW. In the bin folder for each service being managed you have a number of .sh files. Among them is to start my service and to stop the service. I would like monit to monitor my service too just incase its down to restart. I notice in the /var/run I can see this file with pid in it. But in the top I can see just the command being stated as java.
> My monit version is version 5.1.1 and when I run monit status I get this  monit status
> monit: error connecting to the monit daemon but I have run it using
> service monit start
> Starting monit:                                            [  OK  ]
>  So I am trying to write this as the command to monitor it and here is my script which I edit the monit.conf. I dont see it functioning
>    check process service1 with pidfile /var/run/
>          start program = "usr/local/yasjws/binService/ start"
>          stop program  = "usr/local/yasjws/binService/ stop"
>        if failed then restart
> Any suggestion on this ?
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