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Re: no email on resource limit passed

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: no email on resource limit passed
Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2006 22:55:13 +0100
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There is no support for just failure e-mails in monit currently ... i think you can use the monit's 'exec' action.

This way you can start simple script which will send you the message just on failure.


 check device rootfs with path /
  if space usage > 90% then exec "/send/me/"


abdoul wrote:
Yes this is exactly what i would like to do - fair enough to receive 1st alert so we can check right away, but the second one could be skipped


On 02/11/06, * Jonathan Dance* <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:

    I think what he means is only receiving the "failure" e-mails, not the
    "recovery" e-mails. For every event where automated recovery occurs,
    monit sends two e-mails. I might also be interested in such a setting
    for use with SMS notifications.

    On 11/2/06, Martin Pala < address@hidden
    <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:
     > You can use the option of the alert statement to register just
    subset of
     > events for alert. Excerpt from monit manual:
     > --8<--
     > Event filtering can be used to send a mail to different email
     > addresses depending on the events that occurred. For instance:
     >   alert address@hidden { nonexist, timeout, resource, icmp, connection }
     >   alert address@hidden on { checksum, permission, uid, gid }
     >   alert address@hidden
     > --8<--
     > See monit manual for more info.
     > Cheers,
     > Martin
     > abdoul wrote:
     > > Hello
     > >
     > > I wonder if it's possible to disable the alert email when
    resource limit
     > > is passed.
     > >
     > > Thanks
     > > AB
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