Installing Monit to watch and restart Linux services on CentOS 7

   Monit is an awesome small, free tool that can save you a lot of troubles by simply monitoring and eventually restarting a service. It’s simplicity and yet fairly large flexibility make it SysAdmins and DevOps best friend.



   To setup monit you should start from installing it:


       yum install monit



   Once set up, you can configure the service to be monitored by adding configuration files for each service in the ‘/etc/monit.d/’ directory.


   The service templates are pretty straight forward. You can find a plenty of example templates at:


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