|Subject:||Re: [monit] Monit alerts of failure to start but it succeeds|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Nov 2007 01:55:47 +0200|
Please run monit in verbose mode (-v option) and check logs.
Monit currently waits one cycle for the process to start (unless the
"every" option is used). If the process starts slower, then it
reports error. If your testing cycle is short, you can also consider
making in slightly longer.
We plan to support method timeouts in the future:
On Nov 12, 2007, at 1:02 AM, Moshe Cohen wrote:
> Often when I start a process with Monit, I receive an alert that it
> has failed to start, even though it succeeds.
> My thinking is that Monit is checking the PID file before it is
> How does Monit time this check ?
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