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Re: Is monit deterministic?

From: Lutz Mader
Subject: Re: Is monit deterministic?
Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2023 23:12:28 +0100
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Hello Leonard,
the "start/stop/restart program" statement is available for all service


The actions used by the defined service tests use the internal handled
actions like "alert" and "unmonitor", the script defined by "exec" or
the scripts defined by the "start/stop/restart program" statement, with
"start", "stop" and "restart".


There is no default or build in action/command defined.

You can use something like this,
based on a "restart program" script:
> check system $HOST
>   restart program "/sbin/reboot"
>   if loadavg (15 min) > 4 then restart

Or based on a "exec" script:
> check system $HOST
>   if loadavg (15 min) > 4 then exec "/sbin/reboot"

A suggestion only,

Am 28.02.23 um 04:44 schrieb Leonard Teng:
> Hi all,
>         Wanted to inquire on the restart action for monit. From my
> understanding, the restart action is only done for services, but I was
> wondering if there is a similar restart action or even reboot for the
> system itself? So something like this:
> check system $HOST
>   if loadavg (15 min) > 4 then restart/reboot
> Currently I'm just using a script that does 'sudo reboot', but I was
> wondering if there was anything already built in instead that I could use.
> Best Regards,
> Leonard
> On Sat, Dec 24, 2022 at 12:01 AM Lutz Mader <> wrote:
>> Hello again Leonard Teng,
>> I can not find an auto renewal for client certificates.
>>> Are there currently any implementations/solutions for auto
>>> renewal of client certificates when they become invalid or expired?
>> To renew an expired client certificate, you must create and add a new
>> key client and remove the old key client.
>> Some more information are available in the manual, see
>> and
>> Sorry, no solution/sugestion,
>> Lutz

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