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Monitoring processes with Service Guard

Monitoring processes with Service Guard

Hi!

Apparently Service Guard is just able to monitor one process for each service we configure, and the process command must be the command that launches the service.
So if we want Service Guard to "monitor" a big service (let's say a DBMS), I think we have to write a script (SERVICE_CMD[]) that correctly launches all the required processes, then supervises them and exits if one of them dies.
Is this the optimal approach?

TIA, Jerome
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MARTINACHE
Respected Contributor

Re: Monitoring processes with Service Guard

Hi,

It exists an Oracle ToolKit for Service Guard which give you the scritps for starting ,stopping and monitoring of oracle RDBMS.

Patrice.
Patrice MARTINACHE

Re: Monitoring processes with Service Guard

Sorry, I put this question in the wrong place. Please go to the service guard forum if you want to answer.
Jerome

PS: Patrice, thanks for your time but this is not what I am looking for.