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Re: daemon poll interval - monit 5.14 on CentOS 6

From: Geoff Goas
Subject: Re: daemon poll interval - monit 5.14 on CentOS 6
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2016 09:07:11 -0400

I am setting it only in /etc/monit.conf. It is not being set in any other configuration within /etc/monit.d.

On Aug 5, 2016 9:03 AM, "Martin Pala" <address@hidden> wrote:

you have most probably two configuration files - the one which you changed is different from the file used by monit.

Best regards,

On 05 Aug 2016, at 04:42, Geoff Goas <address@hidden> wrote:


I'm having an issue with the CentOS 6 release of monit 5.14. I have set the daemon interval to 5, 10, and 50 seconds - monit was fully restarted for each adjustment of the interval - yet it still polls every 30 seconds as if the configured value is being ignored. I also attempting passing the interval using the -d switch to no avail.

My testing consisted of having monit attempt to start a service that could never possibly start, and without any timeout set. The log shows a 30 second interval between service checks, and so does an strace of the monit process.

I have monit 5.2 running on CentOS 5.2 with a nearly identical configuration. On that host, I have the daemon interval set to 10 seconds, and it is polling at that interval just fine.

Do you have any recommendations on what to check next?


Geoff Goas
Systems Engineer

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