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Re: Monit displays "not monitored" for services it fails to start - [NEW
Re: Monit displays "not monitored" for services it fails to start - [NEWSENDER] Message is from an unknown sender
Thu, 01 Feb 2007 16:05:27 +0100
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OK, make sense, i think we should modify the 'unmonitored' state after
timeout to distinguish it from user requested service unmonitor.
Qi Lu wrote:
Hi Martin and Marcus,
Thank you very much for quick reply. Yes, that is what I mean. I used 'if 3 restarts
within 5 cycles then timeout'. Within first 3 cycles, if Monit fails to start
application, it displays 'Execution failed', after 3 tries, it displays "not
Because there is no people monitor the console all the time, it is helpful to
display either 'failed to restart' or 'timeout' to distinguish intending not
monitor, especially for different administrators.
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Martin Pala schrieb:
Maybe you meant that when you used 'if <x> restarts within <y> cycles
then timeout' rule then monit sets the state to 'not monitored' when the
rule is true?
If that it was he meant I second that request.
While I realize that I ordered monit to no longer monitor the services,
in reality there is a difference.
When I type "monit unmonitor service" or click the button on the web
interface it is a "unmonitored by user request".
When monit no longer monitors a service because the config file told it
to do so it is a "unmonitored by timeout".
To show different texts in the Web interface (or with "monit summary"
would indeed be helpful.