Monit is a free, open-source process supervision tool for Unix and Linux and only supports Virtual machines. With Monit, system status can be viewed directly from the command line, or via the native HTTP web server. Monit can perform automatic maintenance, repair, and run meaningful causal actions in error situations.
For Virtual Machines, install the Linux Agent.
Configuring the credentials
Configure the credentials in the directory
monit: - name: monit user: <username> pwd: <Password> encoding-type: plain labels: key1: val1 key2: val2
Configuring the application
Configure the application in the directory
- name: monitd instance-checks: service-check: - monit process-check: - monit port-check: - 2812 uri-check: - "_status?format=xml"
_status?format=xml URI is used to collect metrics.
Go to Resources under the Infrastructure tab to check if your resources are onboarded and the metrics are collected.
|OpsRamp Metric||Metric Display Name||Unit||Description|
|monitd_processes||Processes||Status||Monitors the services managed by monit daemon. Alerts if the managed services are stopped or restared or not-monitored.|