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How to use monit to make sure only one instance of process is running

I have ruby daemons running. Once in a while we'll accidentally start up a second instance of it, which causes race conditions. Can I use Monit to detect if multiple instances of 'my_ruby_daemon' is ...
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failure daemon and changing pid number

proftpd, sshd and apache processes run with /etc/init.d/its-script on linux distro. I was monitoring 21, 22 and 80 ports with farm monitoring service: every 5 minutes service check each port and ...
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Windirstat equivalent daemon for Linux server? [closed]

Is there a daemon-type application for Linux, that runs in the background, periodically maintaining a windirstat-type picture of the file system? Ideally it would have its own web interface, but I ...
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Recommendations for Monitoring services [closed]

I would like to install a monitoring services (Monit or others) on my web server and am looking for recommendation. I have no idea which is good, and what parameters which I should evaluate on, and ...
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Is there freeware available to watch a series of FTP folders for changes

I am looking to run a (freeware if possible) service which scans a FTP server for changes, emailing certain recipients when certain folders have new files added. Server side would be best, but client ...
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“Must have” tools for managing arbitrary *nix daemons and their activities

What tools do you advise for managing running daemons? This includes: Load monitoring: renice a daemon when it slows down the whole server Keeping alive: restart it when it's not functional. Maybe, ...