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Re: [monit] what does the "connection passed to INET" message mean?

From: Michael Stillwell
Subject: Re: [monit] what does the "connection passed to INET" message mean?
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 12:12:17 +1100

On 31 Mar 2008, at 22:45, Jan-Henrik Haukeland wrote:

On 31. mars. 2008, at 08.10, Michael Stillwell wrote:
I'm having trouble figuring out how to interpret various monit messages. One I get quite frequently is:

'apache2' connection passed to INET[] via TCP

What does this mean?  What does INET have to do with anything?

It means that monit succeeded testing connection to INET[]. Passed has been changed to succeeded in monit now, so the meaning should be clearer. INET means that the connection was done over internet as opposed to over a local unix socket, in which case it would say UNIX[/tmp/mysql.sock] if, for instance, you where testing a local mysql server.

Oh great, thanks. Are other changes being made to the messages in the next version? Another string I'd suggest changing is the somewhat ambiguous "Resource limit passed"--can this be changed to "Resource limit exceeded" or similar?


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