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Old 12-19-2005, 02:58 AM   #1
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how to find a sendmail service status using heartbeat


we want to make our sendmail server to work as high availability, so we installed sendmail server in to pc and installed heartbeat for high availability.
right now when ever the one pc fails other one is taking care of sendmail server.(when ever heartbeat is stopped or the pc is shutdown other one taking the sendmail service)

but what we want is, if sendmail service got some problem then also heartbeat should recongnize and take care of that one.
to do this what we have do.

thanks in advance,



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