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Bug#583127: apache2: add monit subconfig file



]] Stefan Alfredsson 

| Maybe a compromise would be to include a configuration set of "core services" in
| monit that are monitored by default, and more seldom used services could provide
| a configuration symlink if needed (but how would monit know which services
| to enable to avoid lots of "service down" warnings when e.g. apache is not even
| installed...).
| 
| Or, just go ahead and put the symlink there from the postinst script and remove it
| from prerm :-). Thats what the monit.d directory is there for anyway.

I'd suggest shipping the example monit config in
/usr/share/doc/apache2/examples so people who use monit can integrate it
easily, but installing monit doesn't mean it'll suddenly start
restarting your apache just because you've moved it away from port 80,
for instance.

-- 
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are



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