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we use Monit to handle all the application servers (IBM Http Server, IBM
Liberty Profile and WildFly Application Server) and some other non Java
Monit will be started/stopped by Systemd, but the applications are
started/stopped by Monit only. From my point of view this works well.
To start/stop Monit and the used user environment we use something like
this (dienste.service), Monit run in the user context:
We decided to use one monitor to handle applications only. This is more
easy to handle and limit the configuration complexity. Today Monit fits
well and handle applications in a more useful way than Systemd.
In a short word, we start and stop the system base via Systemd, but all
other applications are started by Monit. And we are able to use a
similar configuration for Linux and AIX systems.