Local tcp port monitor used with heartbeat (ha)
HAPM (High Availability Port Monitor) is a local port status check. It is a simple, light and fast daemon to check TCP ports. If one or more monitored ports (per IP) downs then the Heartbeat will be killed by HAPM. Heartbeat is a program used to provide high availability.
The HAPM must be installed on the primary Heartbeat machine only.
The HAPM logs are sent to syslogd (see /var/log/syslog).
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This program doesn't work with UDP yet.
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