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Re: Configuring a warning using a shell script

From: Jason Levitt
Subject: Re: Configuring a warning using a shell script
Date: Fri, 2 May 2014 16:52:35 -0500

Hi Martin,

 There are no notices in the monit log file, and, as I mentioned, the
M/Monit console shows
that everythiing is "ok" (I guess).  If monit couldn't execute it,
wouldn't it put something in the log

  Mode of the shell script is 777 and I've executed it successfully as
both a regular user and root.
  And the first line of the script is  #!/bin/bash


  How does that affect the alerting? I've been sitting here for an
hour or more. Shouldn't
I see some warnings in M/Monit?


On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 4:17 PM, Martin Vaner <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Jason,
> Are you sure that Monit is able tonrun the script? Can you please provide
> the source of your script?
> I had an issue like this before few months ago.
> Thanks.
> On 2. května 2014 23:01:02 CEST, Jason Levitt <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'm trying to configure a simple warning using a bash script.
>> I used the example at the bottom of this page as a starting
>> point:
>> My bash script outputs an exit status:
>> exit $number
>> I've run the script manually (it's mode 777), and it outputs nothing, but
>> has an exit status that is non-zero.
>> Then in my monitrc file,  I have:
>> check program CheckQueueSize with path "/var/opt/"
>>      if status > 5 then alert
>> In M/Monit, it shows Program "CheckQueueSize" with status "Status ok" with
>> 0 Events and the light is green.
>> However, when I run the shell script manually, it always outputs numbers
>> greater than 5.
>> Is the shell script not being executed?  Or is M/Monit just not warning
>> me? I'm confused.
>> J
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