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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


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