monitoring a system via ps-like commands
This program runs the ps command periodically and triggers commands on matches.
The match patterns are Perl regular expressions which can refer to the process
information via variables.
For example it can be used to ensure that a daemon is running, or is not
running too many times. It can also be used to determine when a process has
consumed too many resources, perhaps due to a memory leak.
ps-watcher for Debian
1. PROVIDE A CONFIGFILE
Please provide a config file, usually /etc/ps-watcher.conf. Examples are
located in /usr/share/doc/ps-watcher/examples/.
2. AUTOMATIC STARTUP
In order to avoid the startup of the daemon on an unconfigured machine,
automatic startup, on boot, is disabled by default. To enable it just
sample.ini - you can use this as a template to make other configuration
files. It has lots of comments at the beginning to remind
you of what's allowed
sample2.ini - sample configuration file to alert when more than 10%
of a processes is in use.
solaris.ini - System processes that you might want to check on, customized
for Solaris. Checks th
ps-watcher (1.08-1) unstable; urgency=low
* moved startup to the end of the boot process and terminating to the
beginning of the shutdown process
If you modified the order of ps-watcher runlevel scripts for your own, this
adjustment will not happen automatically and you have to handle it for
-- Jan Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 24 Jul 2009 19:16:09 +0200
Changes from 1.07 to 1.08 (March 15, 2009)
- pidfile support via Jan Wagner.
- Darwin9 support
ps-watcher(8) User Contributed Perl Documentation ps-watcher(8)
ps-watcher - mon
ps-watcher (1.08-5) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix comparation in preinst script, realy (Closes: #66
## autogenerated ChangeLog -- don't edit
2009-02-19 Thursday 17:00 Rocky Bernstein <rocky@gn
AIX and Linux ps allow custom output lines which means we can enclose
fields in quotes and thus allo
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