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From [[wikipedia:Monit]]:
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:''Monit is a process supervision tool for Unix and Linux. With monit, system status can be viewed directly from the command line, or via the native HTTP(S) web server.''
  
 
== Setting up ==
 
== Setting up ==
  
Installing Monit:
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Monit can be installed with the {{pkg|monit}} package, available from the [[Official Repositories]].
pacman -S monit
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Configure /etc/monitrc
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Configure {{ic|/etc/monitrc}}.
  
Official documentation can be found at [http://mmonit.com/monit/documentation/monit.html]
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Official documentation can be found at [http://mmonit.com/monit/documentation/monit.html].

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From wikipedia:Monit:

Monit is a process supervision tool for Unix and Linux. With monit, system status can be viewed directly from the command line, or via the native HTTP(S) web server.

Setting up

Monit can be installed with the monit package, available from the Official Repositories.

Configure /etc/monitrc.

Official documentation can be found at [1].