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Re: IOexception from m/monit

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: IOexception from m/monit
Date: Fri, 2 May 2014 01:18:45 +0200

Hello Jason,

when you do some service action in M/Monit, it needs to be able to connect to 
Monit to handle the action.

In your case it's not possible to establish connection to Monit => please check 
the "set httpd" statement settings in Monit configuration file:

1.) If you use "address" option, it must bind to network interface, which will 
be reachable from M/Monit host (for "address localhost" will bind only to 
loopback interface and no other host will be able to connect to Monit HTTP 
interface ... the simplest solution is to remove the "address" option - Monit 
will listen on any interface then.

2.) Another possible problem could be the "allow" settings ... if you use IP or 
network addresses ACL, make sure the M/Monit host is allowed.

3.) If the "set httpd" options are correct, then please check the host settings 
in M/Monit's Host Admin page. You can find more details in M/Monit manual:


On 02 May 2014, at 00:15, Jason Levitt <address@hidden> wrote:

> I'm just testing out m/monit and when I try to get it to
> monitor two processes that are currently "No monitored",
> I get an IOException.
> See this screen capture for details:
> Both of these services had a bit of a rocky start (i put the
> incorrect path to the pid at first) but are now ok.
> Is there something I need to reset on monit or M/monit to
> get them monitored?
> J
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