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Re: [monit] Processes are started but Monit doesn't automatically monito
Re: [monit] Processes are started but Monit doesn't automatically monitor them
Mon, 10 Mar 2008 18:53:16 +0100
How can I deactivate automatic startup of Monit when the server boots up?
1) removed all symlinks in /etc/rc.d/*monit
2) made /etc/init.d/monit non executable
3) set startup=0 in /etc/default/monit
How can Monit still be starting up automatically!?
I am using ubuntu 7.10 server edition and Monit 4.8.1 from package.
On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 6:19 PM, Thomas <address@hidden> wrote:
> Argh, Iam having troubles again, now with mysql.
> I don't understand, should Monit start the processes when the computer
> boots or not?
> It getting me crazy, the processes are running, but for some reason,
> Monit cannot connect to them, thus it times out and doesn't monitor
> them anymore. But when I manually click on "enable monitoring"
> suddenly it manages to connect and it all passes. Where could that
> problem come from?
> Concerning mysql, when Monit takes care of starting mysql, the pid
> file doesn't get create, therefore Monit keeps complaining that Mysql
> doesn't exist. If I do "/etc/init.d/mysql start/stop" manually, it
> works perfectly.