ldirectord

A Monitoring Daemon for Maintaining High Availability Resources

ldirectord is a stand-alone daemon for monitoring the services on real servers. Currently, HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP services are supported. ldirectord works with the heartbeat code (<a href="http://www.linux-ha.org/">http://www.linux-ha.org/</a> ). See `ldirectord -h` and linux-ha/doc/ldirectord for more information.

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