[Check_mk (english)] match on service status

Arjen Van Drie arjen-monitor at gugu.be
Thu Jan 14 11:30:30 CET 2016


Hi,

sorry for not replying sooner.

This looks like a solution!

Thanks,
Arjen.


On 2016-01-11 15:16, Marcel Schulte wrote:
> Hi Arjen,
>
> no, you cannot ignore services because of their status details.
>
> But you can set "Use description as service name for network interface 
> checks" and "Use alias as service name for network interface checks" 
> in "WATO -> Host & service parameters -> Parameters for discovered 
> services -> (section 'Inventory - automatic service detection') -> 
> Network Interface and Switch Port Discovery" rules. This way you get 
> the portname in service description and can ignore other services as 
> usual...
>
> Don't forget to rediscover affected hosts!
>
> HTH,
> Marcel
>
> Arjen Van Drie <arjen-monitor at gugu.be <mailto:arjen-monitor at gugu.be>> 
> schrieb am Mo., 11. Jan. 2016 um 13:12 Uhr:
>
>     Hi List,
>
>     check_mk 1.2.6_12, we are trying to use WATO as much as possible.
>
>     We have a number of cisco switches of which we want to monitor
>     only ports that have their portname set. The portname is displayed
>     in the service status field.
>
>     If NOT SET, we have
>       \[gigabitethernet[0-9]+\]
>
>     if SET, we have the hostname of the connected device which, of
>     course, typically does not contain the string gigabitethernet.
>
>     Now, the question:
>
>     can we ignore services by "service status" in a rule, preferably
>     through wato?
>
>     Thank you in advance,
>
>     Arjen.
>
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