|Subject:||Re: Problem starting my monit|
|Date:||Mon, 14 May 2012 10:24:21 +0200|
you can start monit via init to make it respawn if it will die:
On RHEL you can also use Upstart:
To start monit you can either call "/etc/init.d/monit start" or just "monit" in the command line.
PLEASE: read the basics of linux administration - every utility (rpm, chkconfig, monit) has manual page, that should be your first place where to look for the informations. Spamming the mailing list with very basic monit-unrelated questions and asking for confirmations of every simple step is not good. Read the rpm manual page (you'll learn how to verify the rpm content + locate the rpm package to which the file belongs), chkconfig manual page (you'll learn how to register services and verify which are allowed to run), etc.
There are many articles which describe initial monit setup, for example this:
On May 14, 2012, at 10:10 AM, sukbir singh wrote:
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