|Subject:||Re: Monit ignore PID -> M/Monit|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Dec 2014 12:31:17 +0000|
Hi Rui and Adrian,you can unselect the PID and PPID events in the Alert admin (there is small button to select all events, then just uncheck those which you don't want):Another option in M/Monit 3.3+ is to create exclude list (note the "none" option in the "IF ..." condition):Best regards,MartinOn 03 Dec 2014, at 10:06, address@hidden wrote:--Hi MartinAlso looking for a way to ignore the pid changes in m/Monit.We have numerous services which will change their pid, notMuch we can do to prevent it. Pretty annoying always having an alert for a pid change.ThanksAdrian
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On 03 Dec 2014, at 10:33 AM, Rui Lapa <address@hidden> wrote:Hello,Sorry to bring back this 1,5 year old issue but this is giving me headaches.Its about ignoring PID/PPID changes from monit to m/monit.If locally specified it works, but not when pushing alerts from monit to m/monit.Has it been "solved" in monit 5.10 or m/monit 3.3?Is there a plan to implement this feature in NEAR future releases?Is there a way to circumvent?Thanks a lot,Rui LapaOn Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Rui Lapa <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm not responsible for this "pid changed event', this is due to
/etc/dhcp/dhclient-exit-hooks.d/ntp used on Ubuntu when DHCP/Interface
We use this mostly on +200 laptops that move around the country
roaming between different private network ranges.
Since monit is "always on", it's a nice way of knowing device IP
and, if needed, remotely accessing them, besides the normal operator replacement tasks.
I've noticed this behavior and was wondering if there is a way of
reducing M/Monit processing by disabling this "event".
I'm not really using M/Monit for this, although I've bought and use one for the server farms.
For the laptops I use a custom django-monit because we don't need notifications and the integration with operator and helpdesk web based "console".
I'm now ignoring it, but I still get events and need to parse them.
Em 08-03-2012 15:30, Martin Pala escreveu:
> the PID change event is generated automatically - there is currently no way to suppress it.
> The PID changes the process which is monitored by Monit is restarted externally (e.g. manually) … in general when the process is monitored, the restart should be either done via monit or the monitoring should be disabled+enabled during the restart, otherwise if monit detects that the process is not running, it will try to restart it, whereas the manual restart could be pending. How the system will deal with the parallel restart attempts depends on the start methods.
> => i recommend one of following ways to restart the monitored process (which also prevents the 'pid changed' event):
> 1.) either do:
> monit restart<servicename>
> 2.) or do:
> monit unmonitor<servicename>
> <do manual maintanence of the service as needed>
> monit monitor<servicename>
> On Mar 6, 2012, at 12:38 PM, Rui Lapa wrote:
>> How do I ignore all ntp PID changes and NOT SEND them to M/Monit server.
>> if changed pid then exec "/bin/echo" ???
>> Rui Lapa
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