Monit

 

Monit job support

Introduction of Monit job support:

Monit job support is a benefit for monitoring and managing processes, files, directories and file systems on a UNIX system. Monit is controlled via an easy to configure control file based on a free-format, token-oriented syntax. Monit provides an http interface and you may use a browser to access the Monit program. Monit rose to popularity with Ruby on Rails and the Mongrel web server,[citation needed] because a tool was needed that could manage the many identical Mongrel processes that needed to be run to support a scalable Ruby on Rails site, and Monit was fairly uniquely suited for the needs of the Ruby on Rails community.

Overview of Monit job support:

Monit job support is open source process supervision tool for Linux and UNIX. System status can be viewed directly from the command line, or via the native HTTP web server, in Monit. Monit conducts automatic maintenance and repair and can execute meaningful causal actions in error situations (Example: Monit can start a process if it does not run, restart a process is doesn’t respond and stops, and a process if it uses too many resources). Monit can perform various TCP/IP network checks, protocol checks and can utilize SSL for such checks. Monitor all enable monitoring of all services listed in the control file, and if the group option is set, only start monitoring of services in the named group. Monit is main useful for monitoring daemon processes, such as those started at system boot time. Monit use to monitor files, directories and file systems for changes, such as timestamps changes, checksum changes or size changes.

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