What is a monit cycle?

At risk of sounding uneducated, can someone please tell me what is a
“cycle” within the context of the monit config?

For example, if it states…

if 20 restarts in 20 cycles then timeout

so that means it restarts every cycle 20 times consecutively - but
what is a cycle?

a unit of time?

Andy K. escribió:

a unit of time?

I think that cycle is the amount of time defined by “set daemon”
directive in /etc/monitrc.

Someone that can confirm it?

Regards!

On Oct 10, 2007, at 3:59 PM, Rafael G. wrote:

a unit of time?
Regards!

You are correct sir. One cycle is equal to the number of seconds in
the set daemon config options. 30 or 60 seconds is a good interval.

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On Wed, 2007-10-10 at 16:43 -0700, Ezra Z. wrote:

You are correct sir. One cycle is equal to the number of seconds in
the set daemon config options. 30 or 60 seconds is a good interval.

By the way, Ezra, you’re going to post a note here once your book comes
out, right? Definitely looking forward to it!

Yours,

Tom

Hi Ezra

Just boughtand downloaded your beta pdf book.
Great stuff !

BTW,could you take a look at my earlierpost "Using Balancer-Manager
effectively "?

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