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Re: Starting up monit with some "checks" unmonitored

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: Starting up monit with some "checks" unmonitored
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 20:42:44 +0200


you can use the "mode manual" ... in such case the service will be monitored 
only if you enable the monitoring. Note that the monitoring state is persistent 
(stored in the state file based on "set statefile" statement or ~/.monit.state 
by default) => before stopping the system you should do "monit stop <service>". 
If you want to reset the state after every reboot, you can set the statefile 
path to memory based filesystem (e.g. /tmp/ is usually ramdisk).


On 06 Oct 2014, at 17:52, Alain Kreienbuhl <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello,
> Is there a way to specify that certains "checks" startup up as unmonitored ? 
> Right now went I install a new server
> I start monit
> Unmonitor some service that are not up yet
> But before I have a chance to unmonitor these services, monit has already 
> started some !
> Thanks for you help
> Alain
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