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Re: can we stop logging for certain service.

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: can we stop logging for certain service.
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 22:24:06 +0100
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You can let monit restart the apache from logrotate script. In the case of alerts by mail it is possible to use filter on events.


Qi Lu wrote:
Hi all,

We have a logging message to indicate Apache2 server pid has been changed every day. This is because the cron job does apache logrotate everyday, which restarts apache2.

The restart is done through /etc/init.d/. So Monit will log a pid change at error level. Except we change the apache 'logrotate' script to let monit restart apache everytime we upgrade apache, is there anyway we can stop the log message for this event? Or at least we can lower the log message level?




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