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comment Monit: how do you stop monit from running the exec statement every time the test fails?
Trigging = Triggering :)
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comment Monit: how do you stop monit from running the exec statement every time the test fails?
Anything else you would suggest?
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comment Monit: how do you stop monit from running the exec statement every time the test fails?
I ended up going with this. The X cycles directive would be useful for reducing the repeating messages to an acceptable amount, but it would also delay the initial trigging? In my case the disk fills very quickly once something goes wrong.
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comment Monit: how do you stop monit from running the exec statement every time the test fails?
Only once, when it first happens.
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