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Re: monit-general Digest, Vol 114, Issue 10

From: Moshe Elisha
Subject: Re: monit-general Digest, Vol 114, Issue 10
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 19:15:42 +0300

Thanks! I will look into it.

Please add this is a feature request for future releases so I won't need to patch every time I upgrade Monit.

Thanks again!

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   1. Re: Get status of a single process using HTTP
      (Jan-Henrik Haukeland)


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Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 20:27:44 +0200
From: Jan-Henrik Haukeland <address@hidden>
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Subject: Re: Get status of a single process using HTTP
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It is all or nothing. But if you know a little bit of C it is easy to add this. See src/http/cervlet.c and the function print_status. As you can see we currently loop through the service-list and print all services by calling status_service_txt. Support for getting the status of a single service is a matter of adding an extra "service" parameter to the URL and check for the presence of this parameter and then call status_service_txt directly ala;
status_service_txt(Util_getService(get_parameter(req, "service")), res, 0)

On Jul 12, 2012, at 5:04 PM, Moshe Elisha wrote:

> Hello,
> I know I can get the status of all Monit processes by executing a request to http://MONIT_HOST:MONIT_PORT/_status and even pass format=xml.
> I have a Monit with many many many processes. I am interested in the status of an individual process but I would like to avoid requesting the status of all processes and than find the one process I am interested in.
> Is there something like http://MONIT_HOST:MONIT_PORT/MY_PROCESS?action="" which can give me the status of a single process (text or xml)?


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