Servicegroup Members defined by logic

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Servicegroup Members defined by logic

Postby jkbuster » Tue Jun 18, 2013 10:46 am

I'm trying to do something fancy, and maybe a little too fancy. Here's the example:

Host1 is in hostgroups "type1" and "env1"
Host2 is in hostgroups "type1" and "env2"
Services are applied to the "type1" hostgroup
I want certain services of Host1's to be in the "env1-app" servicegroup, and the same for Host2 except for "env2-app"

Is this something that anyone has tried before? Have you had any success?

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Re: Servicegroup Members defined by logic

Postby abrist » Tue Jun 18, 2013 10:57 am

Yep, this is one of the major configuration paradigms for nagios.
Make service templates/servicegroups for checks, add them hostgroups, and then add hosts to those hostgroups.
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