Pid file not found

(Sai Birada) #1

I installed topbeat in my centos box, and i am running topbeat by /etc/init.d/topbeat start. But i couldn't find /var/run/ file. I need that file to monit topbeat. I went through init script and it seems its writing to that file. But that file is not there. How to get the topbeat pid into such a file, is there something i am missing regarding this?

(Andrew Kroh) #2

What OS version are you running? My topbeat 1.2.3 installation seems to have a PID file.

$ cat /etc/redhat-release 
CentOS release 6.8 (Final)
$ ls -la /var/run/ 
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 5 Aug  2 10:08 /var/run/
$ rpm -qa topbeat

(Sai Birada) #3

I am using CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511 (Core)
And Topbeat is actively running. But there is no pidfile, i tried multiple restarts to check, but still its not creating pid file in /var/run/ folder

(Steffen Siering) #4

Is CentOS 7.2 using systemd?

(Sai Birada) #5

Yes, its using systemd.

(Steffen Siering) #6

it depends on what you want monit to do, there might be some support already built into systemd for it (like restart service if down). Googling for monit and systemd will get you quite some results.

(Andrew Kroh) #7

I haven't used monit, but it looks like it can be used with processes that don't have pid files.

(Sai Birada) #8

Thanks, that solves my issue.

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