FIX: Unknown Resource Id Autoplay Error

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    We monitor multiple servers with Monit. We are using home version 25.1.Some of them are Apache dedicated servers. Supervision is good.But the monit flag (/var/log/monit) looks like this:

    [CET Mar 18 03:12:03] info: starting Monit 5.25.1 daemon with http interface for [0.0.0.0]:3353[CET Mar 18 03:12:03] info: Monitor startup delay set to 180s.[CET Mar 21 03:15:03] info: monitoring 'xxxxx.localhost' 5.25.1 started[CET Mar 22 03:15:03] error: error 'apache' -- unknown resource id: [5][CET Mar 18 03:16:08] Error message: 'Apache' not running - unknown resource id: [5][CET Mar 15 03:17:08] error: error 'apache' -- unknown resource id: [5][CET Mar 18 03:18:08] Corruption: error message 'Apache' - unknown resource id: [5]

    autoplay error unknown resource id

    ########################################## # ######################################### Monitoring control file############################################## # # # ############################################################################ # # # ################################ Global section############################################## # # # ################################## Restart monit in the background (start it as a perfect daemon):#Check services every 2 minutes# with departure delay 240 # optional: delay the first check for 4 minutes (for# # default monitoring check right after monitoring starts) Set Demon 60      including start delay 180### Set the destination of the monitoring id file where the unique id will be stored to create### Monitor instance. The ID is configured and saved the first time the monitor is started. Across### By default, the uploaded file is literally in $HOME/.monit.id.# set id file /var/.monit.id## Define the list of mail servers associated with the delivery notification. Multiple servers can be## is specified using a comma delimiter. By default, the monit port uses twenty - that's all.Here ## can be replaced with the PORT option.## set up mail server mail.bar.baz, # temporary mail server# backup.bar.baz vent out 10025, # backup mail server on slot 10025# Backup relay for local host numberSet localhost mail server## By default, Monit suppresses alarm events if the mailver not available.## If you want to save messages for retrying later, easily use## EVENTQUEUE statement. The deployment directory where undelivered alerts can reside.## stored as specified by the BASEDIR parameter. You can limit each of our queues to a maximum## Size with SLOTS surrogate (if omitted, queue is backed by disk space## is available in the file system from the previous end).#Set event queue     baseir /var/monit # Build the base directory where events are stored     100 Account Slot Machines End Up Limiting Queue Size## Send status and events to M/Monit (see m/monit for more information).##http://mmonit.com/).## install mmonit http://monit:[email protected]:8080/collector#### Monit defaults to the following alarm contact format:###### You can override this base format or parts of it specified as or subject## The sender, as in the MAIL-FORMAT statement. Macros like most of those $DATE etc.## are expanded at run time. Example of overriding sender usage:## Mail FormatYou are listed: [email protected] you#### can define notification recipients who will receive notifications if/when## The service defined in this file contains errors. Warnings can be turned on## Limited editions using a filter like the second example below.#do not set inform instance to fak[email protected]# get all notifications# really set [email protected] alert.bar to timeout, just get service-# # Timeout warning#mail format      from anywhere: [email protected]   Object: $SERVICE => $EVENT   Embassy:DESCRIPTION: $DESCRIPTIONACTION: $ACTIONDATE: $DATEHOST: $HOSTSorry for the spam.watch## Monit may have a built-in web server which is most likely used to display status## Manage monitored services and remove services from the web interface. To see## Monit Wiki if you want to enable SSL for the web server.#set httpd address prt 3353 andUse 0.0.0.0allow aaaaa:zzzz############################################## # # # ################################ SeSTART Services############################################## # # # ################################## Check the generale system pages like load average, cpu then memory## Use. Each quiz lists the site, conditions, and action to make sure it's really you## executed if an error occurs.#Check system xxxxxx.localhost    as long as loadavg (1min) > 8 for only a few cycles, then the alarm    identical to loadavg(5min) > 4 required for 5 cycles, then alarm    If memory usage is > 75% for 5 cycles, a warning is issued.    CPU if possible (user) > 70% for 5 cycles then warning    CPU usage as if (system) > 50% for technical cycles, then warning    processor, if load (idle) > 50% for 5 cycles, then alarmCheck Apache plan with PID file /var/run/httpd/httpd.pid    www group    period start = "/etc/init.d/httpd start" with 60 second timeout    provider stop = "/etc/init.d/httpd stop"    If Pletora Localhost Port 80 is not working, restart your computer.    if cpu > 60% to 2

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