On 6/24/19 4:50 AM, Robert Ehrenleitner wrote:
> I am not sure if I missed a thing, but the document says, that the
> syntax of the "every" keyword is either:
> every NUM cycles
> every CRON
> However, I want a service to be monitored between, say, 7 am and 6 pm
> every 5 cycles.
> Is there something like
> every "0 7-18 * * *" 5 cycles
> (according to the documentation, this is not syntactically correct).
> I already tried simply putting the "every" keyword multiple times:
> every "9 7-17 * * *"
> every 5 cycles
> which make monit reject the configuration file.
> If there is really no chance in configuring this, it would be nice to
> see it put on the roadmap for the next release.
I have this working today:
check program example with path "/bin/true" every 5 cycles
if status != 0 for 2 cycles then alert
not every "30-40 4 * * *"
I think you should be able to change the "not every" to your need and it