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monit cant see process


From: Oliver . Walter
Subject: monit cant see process
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 13:51:03 +0100

hallo list,

i have a prob with monit and several process without pidfile.
the processes are java agents with several protocol support.
(if it helps, it is the internet file system from oracle)

i created a wrapper script(ifsctrl.sh):
#######################################
case $1 in

start)
       exec 2>&1 $ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsstart &
       sleep 2;
       echo `pgrep -f 'ifs1.1/jre/bin/sparc/native_threads/jre -mx16M'`\
       > $ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/log/jre.pid;
       ;;
stop)  exec 2>&1 $ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/bin/ifsstop &


       # wait some time until all processes are shutdown;
       sleep 30;

       # kill all processes remaining
       for i in `pgrep -f ifs1.1/jre/bin/sparc/native_threads/jre`; do
          kill $i;
       done;
       ;;
   *)  echo "usage: ctxsrv {start|stop}";;
esac
#######################################

cat $ORACLE_HOME/ifs1.1/log/jre.pid gives me the same PID as 
pgrep -f "jre -mx16M"

my .monitrc looks like:

#######################################
check jre with pidfile /data/oracle/product/8.1.7/ifs/log/jre.pid
        start program = "/home/oracle/jobs/ifsctrl.sh start"
        stop program = "/home/oracle/jobs/ifsctrl.sh stop"
#######################################

But monit always tells me the process is not running and the pid
is 0. And trys to restart the process.
I thought about to make a "timeout (1, 1)" in .monitrc but this
is an "ugly workaround".

Anyone an idea to solve this problem?

regards

Oliver Walter

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