I’ve an “Apply Service” rule running a command script which checks multiple application services ( running or not running ) via ssh. This is setup like this to avoid multiple service checks for various hosts.
One cavate is that if one of the services is not running for whatever reason ( app is not deployed or app has some issue going on ), it alerts obviously. In scenario where services defined separately, I can put it in downtime until it gets fixed. I can’t do that in this case because I want to other services be monitored.
Is there a way that I can put the bad service in downtime and keep the remaining ones as monitored?
The usual plugin output is
App1 is running App2 is running App3 is running