Home » Categories » Multiple Categories

Nagios XI - Introduction to Event Handlers

Introduction to Event Handlers

This document describes how to use event handlers in Nagios XI to take predefined actions when the hosts or services you are monitoring change state. Event handlers are used to automate processes taken when there is a state change for a specific host or service. This is useful because it reduces the amount of manual work when something changes in your environment. This document also includes some tips for advanced configurations and scripts.

Documentation - Introduction to Event Handlers


Final Thoughts

For any support related questions please visit the Nagios Support Forums at:


1 (1)
Article Rating (1 Votes)
Rate this article
  • Icon PDFExport to PDF
  • Icon MS-WordExport to MS Word
Attachments Attachments
There are no attachments for this article.
Related Articles RSS Feed
Nagios XI - Understanding Notification Escalations
Viewed 1063 times since Thu, Jan 28, 2016
Nagios XI - Create Host And Service URLs With Filters
Viewed 1712 times since Sun, Feb 28, 2016
Nagios XI - Should You Change RRD Retention Periods?
Viewed 878 times since Sun, Nov 12, 2017
Nagios XI - How To Test Check Commands From The Command-line
Viewed 7917 times since Tue, Jan 26, 2016
Nagios XI - Optimizing The PHP Settings File
Viewed 2367 times since Thu, Jul 13, 2017
Nagios XI - Resizing the VM Disk Size
Viewed 2078 times since Thu, Jan 28, 2016
Nagios XI - Installing The Solaris Agent
Viewed 1256 times since Wed, Jan 27, 2016
Nagios XI - Nagios Agents
Viewed 1449 times since Wed, Jan 28, 2015
Nagios XI - Manual Backup And Restore Databases
Viewed 1973 times since Thu, Mar 31, 2016
Nagios XI - Receiving IPv6 SNMP Traps
Viewed 2178 times since Thu, Apr 28, 2016