Thank you

I have already tried that but monit won't even start if I use this

... then alert
... then exec "/path/to/your/executable"

 

I also hope if there is possible to use variable for defined alarm in 

The end of my string 'Message on SMS - Monit Problem XYZ'

Like Ā»monit apache alarmĀ«

 

regards

 

From: monit-general [mailto:monit-general-bounces+damjan=povej....@nongnu.org] 
On Behalf Of Jose V Beneyto
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 1:39 PM
To: monit-general@nongnu.org
Subject: Re: monit sms alert with script

 

Hi Damjan,

On 14/10/16 13:19, Damjan wrote:

I have MONIT setup to send alarm on email.

I have now a script which send SMS but don't know how to implement that into 
MONIT to also get SMS not just email.


I hope that helps.
You can add an extra line to your setup to also execute a script:

... then alert
... then exec "/path/to/your/executable"

There are some examples using the 'exec' option: 
https://mmonit.com/wiki/Monit/ConfigurationExamples



Here is a string which I use in terminal to send SMS, how to implement that in 
MONIT to get also SMS alerts?

send-sms -u myusername -p mypassword mymobile0127466424 "Message on SMS - Monit 
Problem XYZ"


I'm not sure about extra arguments passed to your executable.
I prefer to use a wrapper script for these purposes, but this also may work:

... then alert
... then exec "/path/to/send-sms -u myusername -p mypassword mymobile0127466424 
'Message on SMS - Monit Problem XYZ'"

Best regards,



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