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manual:config:triggers [2011/10/11 07:08]
martins-v clarification
manual:config:triggers [2014/09/26 11:32]
sasha Links adapted because of a move operation
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 |OK     |This is a normal trigger state. Called FALSE in older Zabbix versions.| |OK     |This is a normal trigger state. Called FALSE in older Zabbix versions.|
 |PROBLEM|Normally means that something happened. For example, the processor load is too high. Called TRUE in older Zabbix versions.| |PROBLEM|Normally means that something happened. For example, the processor load is too high. Called TRUE in older Zabbix versions.|
-|UNKNOWN|In this case, Zabbix cannot evaluate the trigger expression. This may happen because of several reasons:\\ - server is unreachable\\ - trigger expression cannot be evaluated\\ - trigger expression has been recently changed| 
  
 Trigger status (the expression) is recalculated every time Zabbix server receives a new value that is part of the expression. ​ Trigger status (the expression) is recalculated every time Zabbix server receives a new value that is part of the expression. ​
  
-If time-based functions (**nodata()**,​ **date()**, **dayofmonth()**,​ **dayofweek()**,​ **time()**, **now()**) are used in the expression, the trigger is recalculated every 30 seconds.+If time-based functions (**nodata()**,​ **date()**, **dayofmonth()**,​ **dayofweek()**,​ **time()**, **now()**) are used in the expression, the trigger is recalculated ​every 30 seconds by a zabbix //timer// process. If both time-based and non-time-based functions are used in an expression, it is recalculated when a new value is received **and** ​every 30 seconds.
  
-You can [[2.0:manual:​config:​triggers:​expression|build trigger expressions]] with different degrees of complexity.+You can [[manual:​config:​triggers:​expression|build trigger expressions]] with different degrees of complexity.