[Nagios-users] Service Escalation via Host Group

Yueh-Hung Liu yuehung.liu at gmail.com
Fri Dec 31 04:06:21 UTC 2010


not sure with the cause of your problem....
maybe you can check the values of use_regexp_matching and
use_true_regexp_matching.
but by your configuration, all services will be escalated, not only
services of norm-notify.


On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 9:03 AM, Marc Haber
<mh+nagios-users at zugschlus.de> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I would like to have host and service escalations for all hosts that
> are in a certain host group. The following hostescalation definition
> seems to work fine:
>
> define hostescalation {
>        hostgroup_name                  norm-notify
>        contact_groups                  admins-mail
>        first_notification              1
>        last_notification               0
>        notification_interval           120
>        escalation_options              d,u,r
>        escalation_period               24x7
> }
>
> define hostescalation {
>        hostgroup_name                  norm-notify
>        contact_groups                  admins-sms
>        first_notification              2
>        last_notification               0
>        notification_interval           120
>        escalation_options              d,u,r
>        escalation_period               24x7
> }
>
> The analogous service escalation definition is ignored:
>
> define serviceescalation {
>        host_name                       *
>        service_description             *
>        hostgroup_name                  norm-notify
>        contact_groups                  admins-mail
>        first_notification              1
>        last_notification               0
>        notification_interval           120
>        escalation_options              w,u,c,r
>        escalation_period               24x7
> }
>
> define serviceescalation {
>        host_name                       *
>        service_description             *
>        hostgroup_name                  norm-notify
>        contact_groups                  admins-sms
>        first_notification              2
>        last_notification               0
>        notification_interval           120
>        escalation_options              w,u,c,r
>        escalation_period               24x7
> }
>
> When a service on a host which is member of host group norm-notify
> goes down, notifications go out to the contact group that is mentioned
> in the service definition. The service escalation definition seems to
> be ignored.
>
> Any idea what might be going wrong?
>
> Greetings
> Marc
>
>
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