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TravisBak Absent Member.
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Monitor process older than

Hello,

 

I'm looking to monitor (on an HP-UX agent) if a specific process is older then 5 days. "ps -ef | grep "process" " of course gives me the details of the process but is there an easy way to monitor the date comparing it to the actual date to generate a critical alarm if the process has been running for over 5 days?

 

Regards

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Goran Koruga Absent Member.
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Re: Monitor process older than

Hello.

 

You can write yourself a little tool using pstat(2) interface (in particular, pstat_getproc()) - the check would be rather trivial since it returns start time in seconds since epoch. Alternatively, there are various date parsing libraries/modules out there that can be used (I've used several Perl modules in the past).

 

Regards,

    Goran

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