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RE: Performing an action only after X failures

From: Terry Fung
Subject: RE: Performing an action only after X failures
Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 20:50:44 +0800


That is the function the monit left.

I am setting up HA LDAP using heartbeat + monit. I have an idea that using
monit to monitor 389. If fail then restart the ldap (for the case, slapd
crash or too many connection). Then, if fail(e.g. backend db crash....) to
restart  3 times within 5 cycle then execute my script to force heartbeat to
release the ip to slave, run self-healing script to save itself.......

Hope I will see this function in next version of monit.

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Jan-Henrik Haukeland
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Subject: Re: Performing an action only after X failures

On Dec 26, 2004, at 21:26, Martin Pala wrote:

> In the case that it will be general, it can allow to stack the rules 
> and provide error level dependant actions, such as for example:
>  # if <X> <EVENT> within <Y> cycles then <ACTION>
> where:
> ... <X>       = number of event occurences
> ... <EVENT>   = event type
> ... <Y>       = number of consequent cycles
> ... <ACTION>  = given action (alert|restart|unmonitor|exec|...)
> I'm +1 to add such feature. What do developers and users think about 
> it?

I'm +1. If implemented then I think we can remove the every-statement?

Jan-Henrik Haukeland

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