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Re: how to add host?

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: how to add host?
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 15:53:09 +0200


the hosts are added automatically when you add "set mmonit" statement to 
Monit's configuration file + reload Monit. The configuration file may be 
/etc/monitrc (default) or /etc/monit.conf if you installed Monit for example 
using some 3rd party package which customizes the path. The ~/.monitrc is one 
of configuration file paths Monit checks when it starts.

Please see M/Monit manual for more details (chapter "Configuration" on page 


On 26 Aug 2014, at 11:07, Anthony Griffiths <address@hidden> wrote:

> I've just installed mmonit-3.2.2 on centos 7.
> 1) in the readme it says:
> 'Setup Monit on each host you want to monitor', so I went into the browser 
> gui and went to Admin/Hosts but there's nowhere to add a host. It just says 
> "No records found" under Hosts. How does one set up a host?
> 2) the readme also says: 'Put the following into your Monit control file, 
> .monitrc:', but there is no .monitrc file. Should I create this file myself? 
> if so, where is it supposed to go?
> I did check the manual before posting this but that didn't shed any light 
> either.
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