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Re: Before I fix this

From: Rory Toma
Subject: Re: Before I fix this
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2015 12:34:39 -0800
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Thanks. In xml.c, is there any reason that is has to be a (long long)?

On 2/9/15 9:48 AM, Martin Pala wrote:
On 06 Feb 2015, at 15:03, Rory Toma <address@hidden> wrote:

On 2/6/15 2:45 AM, Martin Pala wrote:
Hi Rory,

Monit reports process uptime in minutes since Monit 5.4. There is also uptime 
test, example:

        check process myapp with pidfile /var/run/
                start program = "/etc/init.d/myapp start"
                stop program = "/etc/init.d/myapp stop"
                if uptime > 3 days then restart


On 06 Feb 2015, at 00:28, Rory Toma <address@hidden> wrote:

Is there a good way for monit to report actual uptime on processes and itself 
that is not based on the date, but rather the actual passage of time?

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SO here's what happens. If monit starts before the time is set, when I run 
monit status, monit will report that it has been running for 45 years. 8-)

Fixed in the development version, will be part of next Monit release (5.12)

Cheers :)

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