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Re: Apache, rotatelogs & chroot environment

From: Marco Ermini
Subject: Re: Apache, rotatelogs & chroot environment
Date: Sun, 5 Dec 2004 15:22:07 +0100

I will think that "apache-status" would be a better and more
significant protocol name. Apache may be tested in other ways, i.e.
mod-watch is quite used - in a future, someone may want to create an
"apache-mod-watch" test or something similar.

Just my 5 cents.... :-)


On Sun, 5 Dec 2004 14:10:24 +0100, Jan-Henrik Haukeland
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> I agree with Martin, this looks useful, but must be placed in it's own
> apache protocol test with a corresponding APACHE (status) keyword.
> There should also be a way to specify the log-process limit in the
> control file. Finally the patch need to conform C89 and define
> variables at the top of the function. I don't think monit should be
> C-99 just yet :)
> If this is fixed I'm also +1 for adding this patch.
Marco Ermini
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