|Subject:||Re: Failing to synchronize 'unmonitor' actions with ongoing checks: Solaris 10 monit 5.5 possible bug|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Sep 2012 09:06:13 -0400|
Hi,when the monitoring is disabled (unmonitor), or monit is stopped then the service's error state is reset. When the monitoring is enabled (or monit started) again and the service is running, no recovery alert is send as the service monitoring starts from clean state.The unmonitor is performed at the start of the service check - if by coincidence the test of some service is in progress, it allows it to complete the test of that single service and doesn't interrupt the pending check. When monit goes to next service (in the same cycle) it disables the monitoring. I think it's OK to let the pending test complete - it's kind of corner case with low impact.Regards,Martin--
Not sure if this is a problem in other OSs as well but I believe I have found a bug in monit 5.5 which at least for Solaris 10 is failing to synchronize unmonitor actions with ongoing checks. Here is how to recreate (tested in two different physical Solaris boxes (Intel)
1. Configure monit to check every minute. Create several instances like the below, checking several external ports and servers:
check host myhost with address myhost
if failed port myport type tcp with timeout 15 seconds
2. Issue the below command exactly by the time monit runs (when the clock is giving hh:mm:59):
monit unmonitor all
3. Randomly you get an alert for at least one of the host/port combination even though the host/port is actually available. As an example:
Action: alert, Description: connection failed, INET[mssql:1433] via TCP is not ready for i|o -- Interrupted system call, Service: ptrsvr, Tested From Host: myhost
4. After issuing 'monit monitor all' no alert about the service being back up is sent but 'monit status' does show the service is up.
IMO monit has a bug where basically it does not synchronize the calls to unmonitor and the checks to be performed. If monit receives "unmonitor all" it should: (wait for all current checks to finish OR cancel them AND ignore any alert messages to be sent).
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