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Re: How to repeat alert notification

From: Riccardo Leonardi
Subject: Re: How to repeat alert notification
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2017 17:16:53 +0100
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thank you for your answer.
I've checked the syntax about repeat feature, and it works (I have 5.20.0).
Unfortunately what I need is not the script execution: that's is ok.
What I need is repeat of alert notification, and as far as I know this notification is sent when the state changes only: OK->Failure and Failure->OK.
As workaround I could explore some configuration at server side or forging some explicit signal by the script that is run every x cycles (see in my example), but I don't know how to do it.

Thansk again
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Il 26/01/2017 16:56, Guillaume François ha scritto:

Could it be an issue related to the version of Monit you're using ?

Changelog ( shows the behavior was changed in 5.16.0 as before it was forced to "repeat every 1 cycle".

Therefore this syntax was not supported before.

Best Regards.

2017-01-26 16:27 GMT+01:00 Riccardo Leonardi <address@hidden>:

I have a script checking mail queue returning alert if queue lenght is greather than some threshold.

The alert is correctly forwarded to slack channel, but when the threshold is reached only, not when the queue remains over the threshold.

In fact the behaviour I'd like to implement is:
- receive the alert when the queue goes over the threshold
- continue receiving the alert (possibly with current queue lenght) every x cycles
- stop receiving when the queue returns under the threshold

Currently I have implemented the following:

check program qlen_check with path "/usr/local/monit/conf/ 200"
    if status != 0 then exec "/usr/local/monit/conf/" repeat every 10 cycles

The script echoes queue lenght and return 1 if queue > 200.
As soon as that happens I got 1 slack alert only, while I'd like to keep receiving it every x cycles (when is correctly run).

Does anyone have any suggestion how to achieve that behaviour?

Thank you in advance.


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