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COLLECTDMON(1)			   collectd			COLLECTDMON(1)

NAME
       collectdmon - Monitoring	daemon for collectd

SYNOPSIS
       collectdmon [options] [-- collectd options]

DESCRIPTION
       collectdmon is a	small "wrapper"	daemon which starts and	monitors the
       collectd	daemon.	If collectd terminates it will automatically be
       restarted, unless collectdmon was told to shut it down.

OPTIONS
       collectdmon supports the	following options:

       -c _path_
	   Specify the pathname	of the collectd	binary.	You may	either specify
	   an absolute path or simply the name of the binary in	which case the
	   PATH	variable will be searched for it. The default is "collectd".

       -P _pid-file_
	   Specify the pid file. The default is	"/var/run/collectdmon.pid".

       -h  Output usage	information and	exit.

       collectd	options
	   Specify options that	are passed on to collectd. If it is not
	   already included, -f	will be	added to these options.	See
	   collectd(1).

SIGNALS
       collectdmon accepts the following signals:

       SIGINT, SIGTERM
	   These signals cause collectdmon to terminate	collectd, wait for its
	   termination and then	shut down.

       SIGHUP
	   This	signal causes collectdmon to terminate collectd, wait for its
	   termination and then	restart	it.

SEE ALSO
       collectd(1), collectd.conf(5), <http://collectd.org/>

AUTHOR
       collectd	has been written by Florian Forster <octo at collectd.org> and
       many contributors (see `AUTHORS').

       collectdmon has been written by Sebastian Harl <sh@tokkee.org>.

5.9.1.599.gbb5cfbc		  2020-03-08			COLLECTDMON(1)

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