hapm  1.0
About: HAPM (High Availability Port Monitor) is a local TCP/UDP port monitor used with Heartbeat.
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README
HAPM - High Availability Port Monitor

by Alexandre Antonio Antunes de Almeida (Brazilian Army)
   Joao Eriberto Mota Filho (Brazilian Army)
   Rosemeri Dantas de Oliveira (Brazilian Army)

High Availability Port Monitor (HAPM) is a local port status check. It is a
simple, light and fast daemon to check TCP port. If one or more monitored
ports (per IP) downs then the Heartbeat will be killed by HAPM.

This is a Brazilian project under Gnu GPL 2+ license.

1. INSTALL

    You will need gcc, g++ and make. To compile this program use:

    # make

    To install use:

    # make install

    The HAPM must be installed on the primary Heartbeat machine only.

2. CONFIGURATION

    Please check the /etc/ha.d/hapm.conf file.

3. RUNNING

    # /etc/init.d/hapm start

4. LOGS

    Please check the main log of your distribution. (messages/syslog?)

5. TESTS

    This software was created and tested under Debian GNU/Linux.

6. BUGS

    This program doesn't work with UDP yet.