In Reports → Availability report you can see what proportion of time each trigger has been in problem/ok state. The percentage of time for each state is displayed.
Thus it is easy to determine the availability situation of various elements on your system.
From the drop-down in the upper right corner, you can choose the selection mode - whether to display triggers by hosts or by triggers belonging to a template.
The name of the trigger is a link to the latest events of that trigger.
The filter can help narrow down the number of hosts and/or triggers displayed. For better search performance, data is searched with macros unresolved.
The filter is located below the Availability report bar. It can be opened and collapsed by clicking on the Filter tab on the left.
In the by trigger template mode results can be filtered by one or several parameters listed below.
|Template group||Select all hosts with triggers from templates belonging to that group. Any host group that includes at least one template can be selected.|
|Template||Select hosts with triggers from the chosen template and all nested templates. Only triggers inherited from the selected template will be displayed. If a nested template has additional own triggers, those triggers will not be displayed.|
|//Template trigger //||Select hosts with chosen trigger. Other triggers of the selected hosts will not be displayed.|
|Host group||Select hosts belonging to the group.|
In the by host mode results can be filtered by a host or by the host group. Specifying a parent host group implicitly selects all nested host groups.
The time period selector allows to select often required periods with one mouse click. The time period selector can be opened by clicking on the time period tab next to the filter.
Clicking on Show in the Graph column displays a bar graph where availability information is displayed in bar format each bar representing a past week of the current year.
The green part of a bar stands for OK time and red for problem time.