|Subject:||Re: Monitoring multiple apps running under a non privileged user|
|Date:||Thu, 2 Oct 2014 10:45:48 +0200|
If you run Monit as root, you can set the uid/gid for exec actions and start/stop/restart programs ... Monit will then execute them as the specified user, not as root. If you want to run the tests as specific user too, you have to start Monit as that user. You can also run multiple Monit instances on the same machine (different users - different monits) - in such case you need to customize monit files locations using "set pidfile", "set statefile", "set idfile" statements).
On 01 Oct 2014, at 22:53, Tim Uckun <address@hidden> wrote:
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