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 Items (similarly, triggers and graphs) created by a low-level discovery rule cannot be manually deleted. However, they will be deleted automatically if a discovered entity (file system, interface, etc) stops being discovered (or does not pass the filter anymore). In this case the items, triggers and graphs will be deleted after the days defined in the //Keep lost resources period// field pass. Note that triggers (until Zabbix 2.0.11) and graphs (until Zabbix 2.0.12) are deleted immediately. Items (similarly, triggers and graphs) created by a low-level discovery rule cannot be manually deleted. However, they will be deleted automatically if a discovered entity (file system, interface, etc) stops being discovered (or does not pass the filter anymore). In this case the items, triggers and graphs will be deleted after the days defined in the //Keep lost resources period// field pass. Note that triggers (until Zabbix 2.0.11) and graphs (until Zabbix 2.0.12) are deleted immediately.
  
-When discovered entities become 'Not discovered anymore',​ an orange lifetime indicator is displayed in the items list. Move your mouse pointer over it and a message will be displayed indicating how many days are left until the item will be deleted.+When discovered entities become 'Not discovered anymore',​ an orange lifetime indicator is displayed in the item list. Move your mouse pointer over it and a message will be displayed indicating how many days are left until the item is deleted.
  
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