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RE: Monit log timestamp format

From: lutz . mader
Subject: RE: Monit log timestamp format
Date: Fri, 06 May 2022 15:47:29 GMT
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Hello A. Aniruddha,
the log format was changed with newer Monit versions.

[2022-05-06T13:33:35+0200] info     : Monit daemon with PID 220475 awakened
[2022-05-06T13:33:35+0200] info     : Awakened by User defined signal 1

But the timestamp use seconds only, milliseconds are not available and the 
format can not changed in the monitrc file.

With regards,

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Gesendet: 06.05.2022 08:33 Uhr
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I have monit version 5.25.1 on a Ubuntu Bionic, in that, I see the logs
of the form:

[UTC May 6 06:27:31] debug : '' zombie check succeeded

Is there any way to include the milliseconds in the timestamp? or to change the
timestamp format ?

Earlier, I was using syslog so that I can get a timestamp like:

2022-05-06 03:51:09.427 monit[16814]: '' zombie check succeeded

But In newer Linux, systemd taking over the logging, syslogs go via
journald! I see logs in the syslog files as well as in the journals!
Hence, I am thinking of falling back to the file log option, but it's
essential for us to see milliseconds as well, in the timestamp! Any

A. Aniruddha

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