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Reiniciar serviço no linux baseado no load das CPUs

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Olá Pessoal, 

Alguma alma aqui sabe como reiniciar um ou mais serviços específicos baseado no consumo atual de CPU na máquina? Seria no Linux.


É um projetinho aqui bem específico, que seria necessário realizar algo nesse sentido.

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Segue abaixo um script que faz isso, você define o load que deseja e, quando ele ocorrer, o script roda determinados comandos definidos por você. Você pode subir ele em segundo plano com o "&" ou rodar por tarefa agendada, vai depender da sua necessidade.

Abraço, Bruno.

#The minimum load average at 1 minute to trigger an event
#run counter, is only used to see that the script is still running.
#enter an infinite loop
while true
#echo "Run count: $RUNCOUNT"
#Get the current 1 min average load
LOAD1MIN="$(uptime | awk -F "load average:" '{ print $2 }' | cut -d, -f1 | sed 's/ //g')"
#set true or false, if the load is above the limit specified at the top of the script
RESULT=$(echo "$LOAD1MIN > $LIMIT" | bc)
#If the load is above the trigger limit, then break free of the loop to end the script
if [ "$RESULT" == "1" ]; then
        echo "Load is above $LIMIT!"
        #Add the commands here that you want to execute when the 1min average load is above $LIMIT. One command per line
        #break out of the loop
        #You can remove this break, if you want the script to re-run automatically even when the load has been above $LIMIT.
        #in my case, i needed it to stop once the load was above $LIMIT so i added this break.
	service mysql stop
        echo `uptime` | mail -s "ALERT - Load HIGH `hostname`" email@email.com
        echo "Load not above $LIMIT"
#sleep for 1 second
sleep 1
#clear the screen to make it all pretty
#End of loop, if this it hit, then return to top of loop and start over
#exit the script, since the load was above $LIMIT we don't need to run it anymore
exit 0


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