The trigger list for a template can be accessed from Configuration → Templates and then clicking on Triggers for the respective template.
The trigger list for a host can be accessed from Configuration → Hosts and then clicking on Triggers for the respective host.
|Severity||Severity of the trigger is displayed by both name and cell background colour.|
|Name||Name of the trigger, mostly displayed as a blue link except for triggers created from trigger prototypes.
Clicking on the trigger name link opens the trigger configuration form.
If the host trigger belongs to a template, the template name is displayed before the trigger name, as a grey link. Clicking on the template link will open the trigger list on the template level.
If the trigger has been created from a trigger prototype, its name is preceded by the low level discovery rule name, in orange. Clicking on the discovery rule name will open the trigger prototype list.
|Expression||Trigger expression is displayed. The host-item part of the expression is displayed as a link, leading to the item configuration form.|
|Status||Trigger status is displayed - Enabled, Disabled or Unknown. By clicking on the status you can change it - from Enabled to Disabled (and back); from Unknown to Disabled (and back).
Problems of a disabled trigger are no longer displayed in the frontend, but are not deleted.
|Info||If everything is fine, no icon is displayed in this column. If there are errors, a red square icon with a cross is displayed. Move the mouse over the icon and you will see a tooltip with the error description.|
To configure a new trigger, click on the Create trigger button in the top right-hand corner.
Buttons below the list offer some mass-editing options:
To use these options, mark the checkboxes before the respective triggers, then click on the required button.