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manual:config:triggers:dependencies [2017/02/10 10:05]
viktors.tjarve [Overview] Added description of the dependent trigger behavior when the parent trigger is unreachable
manual:config:triggers:dependencies [2017/12/01 14:27] (current)
natalja.cernohajeva
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 If both the server and the router are down and dependency is there, Zabbix will not execute actions for the dependent trigger. If both the server and the router are down and dependency is there, Zabbix will not execute actions for the dependent trigger.
  
-Another slightly more complected scenario would be when a trigger ​on server '​A'​ that goes into unreachable state and it has a different trigger on server '​B'​ that depend on it. That will happen for example if the connection to server '​A'​ is lost. In such a case if the trigger on server '​A'​ before becoming unreachable was already in '​PROBLEM'​ state then actions on the dependent trigger on server '​B'​ will not be executed.+Actions ​on dependent triggers ​will not be executed ​if the trigger ​they depend ​on:
  
-It is important ​to note that events/​actions for dependent triggers will not be suppressed if the trigger ​they depend on is disabled, has disabled item or disabled item host.+  * changes its state from '​PROBLEM' ​to '​UNKNOWN'​ 
 +  * is closed with the help of time- based functions 
 +  * is resolved by a value of an item not involved in dependent ​trigger 
 +  * is disabled, has disabled item or disabled item host 
 + 
 +Note that "​secondary"​ (dependent) trigger in the above-mentioned cases will not be immediately updated.
  
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