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Re: Automate removal of hosts and all data from m/monit with a python sc
Re: Automate removal of hosts and all data from m/monit with a python script
Tue, 7 Feb 2012 09:54:16 +0100
you can use the M/Monit JSON interface to collect the informations about the
Monit hosts: http://mmonit.com/wiki/MMonit/HTTP-API. The host can be deleted
via POST to http(s)://<mmonit_ip>:<mmonit_port>/admin/host/ … the content:
The M/Monit mass removal of old hosts in the EC2 seems to be quite frequent
request - we can extend M/Monit to automate the removal. Please can you
describe your use case in more detail? When the host is no longer used, does it
stop correctly (i.e. becomes "Inactive" in M/Monit) or is it simply killed
(will have heartbeat error in M/Monit as it will be no longer responding). It
will be probably better to switch the communication to our support email:
address@hidden to not disclose details about your services and setup.
On Feb 6, 2012, at 3:58 PM, David Montgomery wrote:
> I am booting up and terminating ec2 instances quit frequently and I do
> not need to save reports. I instances automatically register with
> m/monit What can I do to remove all data for the host with a script?
> I assume the data is stored in sqllite? If to complicate then maybee
> worth writing a script to do it but if pretty straight forward then
> beneficial. As of now I am manually removing the inactive hosts.
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