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Re: Monit States

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: Monit States
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 23:45:52 +0100
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It seems that the service is starting slowly (writes pid to the file after more then 10s) ... you can run monit with -vI options for debug.

You can use either the 'every' statement to skip each some cycles or set the polling cycle higher (20s should fix the problem - it seems that the service is up after two cycles).

There is also plan to implement optional start/stop/exec method timeout in the future (currently it is equal to cycle length).

The behavior of monit-4.9 could be different then 4.8.1 - i recommend to try it.


Sidra Khan wrote:

It's monit 4.8.1. Is the problem fixed in 4.9?


On Tue, 2007-02-20 at 22:28 +0100, Martin Pala wrote:

which monit version is it? Can you try monit-4.9?


Sidra Khan wrote:
Hi all,

I'm running a few processes monitored by monit. I've specified the
polling cycle to 10 secs. When i restart a process i see intermediate
states like "initializing", "execution failed" and then "running" from
the browser and command line. I want to prevent the "execution failed"
state from showing up? How can i do this? Why does it occur?


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