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Re: Only one alert

From: Lutz Mader
Subject: Re: Only one alert
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 22:01:54 +0200
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the answer is no, I think.

> I want to monitor several sites on the same host, both http and https,
> but I want to get only one alert when there is a problem. Is that possible?

But you can use a dummy service with multiple failed host tests.

check process Server matching "sleep"
  start program "/bin/ksh -c 'sleep 31536000 &'" with timeout 120 seconds
#  stop program "" with timeout 120 seconds
  if failed host port 80 then alert
  if failed host port 80 then alert
  if failed host port 80 then alert

This will reduce the number of alerts, but you get an alert if one of
the hosts is not reachable. But I prefere the remote host check for all
hosts and use an additional tool to handle the notification requests.

With regards,

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