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Re: Plans for the next release

From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland
Subject: Re: Plans for the next release
Date: 01 Jul 2002 23:56:38 +0200
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Rory Toma <address@hidden> writes:

> > 2. Using monit as an init replacement - 2. Rory or hauk?
> I'm thinking the correct way to do the above (long term goal) is to
> merge the monit code into one of the init programs. This obviously does
> not work with Solaris, but would work well with Linux/BSD. This probably
> ends up being somewhat complex, so we should discuss what this means.

That sounds pretty ambitious. 

> The way I see it, monit is an extension of init's capability of
> starting programs, thus, to me it makes sense for monit's
> capabilities to be coded into init.

I'm not sure what the kernel developers responsible for init would
think about this :)

> I have a question about the web interface? Is it possible to still make
> localhost connections (monit stop/start) but not display any html?

You would have to hack the code then. F.ex. add a new parameter
viewhtml=no and check the value in cervlet.c. But why would you do

Jan-Henrik Haukeland

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