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Host and Service Dependencies

Service and host dependencies are an advanced feature of Nagios that allow you to control the behavior of hosts and services based on the status of one or more other hosts or services. This documentation will explain how dependencies work, along with the differences between host and service dependencies.

Documentation - Host and Service Dependencies


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