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Re: contignuous alert supression

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: contignuous alert supression
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 20:56:47 +0100
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You are probably using some older monit version. Since release 4.3 is monit able to handle error and recovery events and sends just one alert for given case.

The event-ratio dependent rules are planned - see here:

Any code contributions are welcomed,
if you want to give it a stab :)


Igor Grabin wrote:

is there a way to turn off this feature?
(yes I am sure I want monit to be screaming all the time the service
is down)

to be more precise, I am using monit to monitor remote hosts like:

check host somehost with address [some address here]
 if failed port 80 proto http then alert

there is a network lag, so I sometimes get false alerts. but once I
get a couple in a row - I'll know I'm in trouble.

on the other hand, is there a possibility to create a rule for raising
an alert only after two/three contignuous connection failures?

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