|Failure to start one service impacts monitoring of another
|Tue, 10 Sep 2019 21:33:22 +0000
My current setup generally works correctly and does the following:
process-A is started
monit is started with a config to monitor process-A
process-B is started and sets up its monitoring with monit
What I occasionally see is that when monit starts in step 2, it detects that process-A is not running and attempts to start it. That startup fails for reasons I don’t know yet. I don’t own the process-A so don’t have much insight into
However, my bigger issue is that it seems like because of this that the monitoring of process-B in step 3 does not complete correctly. I end up with the process-B in a “Not monitored” state. The config file is under /etc/monit.d and ‘monit
status’ certainly knows about it but reports that it is “Not monitored”. I can manually enable it by running ‘monit monitor process-B’.
Is this normal that monit processing one service’s restart logic can interfere with the enabling of monitoring of another service? Any workaround for this or suggestions on how to resolve so I can have reliable monitoring of my service
even if another one fails briefly at startup?
I’m using monit version 5.25.1
Appreciate any help,
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