Actually, I'd love to have a look at your zeoup-based plugin myself :)
As Chris suggests, it is normal for Zope to keep running after it loses its
ZEO connection. If you're worried about that, setup a separate ZEO monitor.
From: Chris Withers [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: March 31, 2006 2:47 AM
To: robert rottermann
Cc: Doyon, Jean-Francois; zope
Subject: Re: [Zope] zope and nagios
robert rottermann wrote:
> When you have zope running on top of zeo and stop zeo you still can
> ask for a page and it will be returned correctly.
We have a zeoup-based plugin that checks for that, lemme know if you're
interested and I'll see if I can put it somewhere public.
> We run into situations where zope (actually a plone site) does not
> respond to user requests. However nagios does not complain.
Huh? That makes no sense... what, exactly, was nagios checking here and what
were the user requests?
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