[icinga-users] Skip service notification(s) when host is DOWN

Jan.Dreyer at bertelsmann.de Jan.Dreyer at bertelsmann.de
Mon Nov 9 15:00:04 CET 2015


Hm.

IMO this is not enough: You will still get notifications if the host goes down between host and service check.
There are workarounds though: you could play with „hard“ state settings for host and service as well, so you could guarantee that there will be a (hard) host state before any service check will switch to „hard“ state. I always draw a timeline for not getting confused :-)

Best wishes
Jan Dreyer


> Am 07.11.2015 um 16:31 schrieb Horatiu N <horatiu at ddhosted.com>:
> 
> Hi, this is probably caused by differences in host vs service check
> intervals.
> Lower your host checks or increase your service checks so that hosts are
> checked more often than services thus avoiding service checks on a
> down(ed) host.
> 
> On 07-Nov-15 4:48 PM, Dustin Funk wrote:
>> Am 07.11.2015 um 09:29 schrieb Ervin Hegedüs:
>> 
>>> There are several hosts, with several services. Icinga2 is
>>> working as well: if host gone to down, I get several e-mails
>>> about host and the connected services.
>>> 
>>> But if the host is DOWN, it would be enough to notify the
>>> affected admin only about that - it doesn't need to send
>>> notification about any services.
>>> 
>> 
>> We got the same issue. [1] might help.
>> 
>> Cheers,
>>  nuts
>> 
>> http://docs.icinga.org/icinga2/latest/doc/module/icinga2/chapter/monitoring-basics#dependencies-implicit-host-service
>> 
>> 
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