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Re: FileContentBuffer

From: Graham Smith
Subject: Re: FileContentBuffer
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2016 13:02:51 +0100

I have on occasion added newer versions than are in my apt sources by just renaming and copying over the latest compatible monit binary and updating my config file - it's sufficient for a minor version change for it to work ok. Of course it'll just get replaced by a subsequent update unless you hold back the package but by that stage you might get the more recent binary needed from your apt/yum sources anyway or just replace it again when you next update. Just set a reminder etc. Yes its not a clean solution of going beyond the distros maintained packages but you can check signatures and test on a non-production system etc if you're concerned. Might just be easier and quicker than a "McGuyver" grade script. 

On 1 August 2016 at 19:10, Bryan Harris <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi folks,

I have an old version of Monit which does not seem to support the set filecontentbuffer directive (or any set directives).  Does anyone know of a trick or workaround to send more than the 511 B when a match is found in a file?  I suppose I could run a custom script and use the mail program within it to mail what I need, but I was hoping to avoid that.

rpm -q monit


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