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4 Performance Monitoring and Management : 4.5 Alerting : 4.5.3 Using PEM with Nagios

[timestamp] PROCESS_SERVICE_CHECK_RESULT; host_name ; service_name ; service_status ;
timestamp is the date and time that the alert was triggered.
host_name is the name of the server or agent.
service_name is the name of the alert.
service_status is the numeric service status value:
0 if the service status is OK
1 if the service status is WARNING
2 if the service status is CRITICAL
3 if the service status is UNKNOWN
If the PEM alert level is CLEARED, the warning message will read OK.
If the PEM alert level is LOW, the warning message will read WARNING.
If the is_nagios_medium_alert_as_critical flag (specified in the PEM server configuration dialog) is set to FALSE and the alert level MEDIUM, the warning message will read WARNING.
If the is_nagios_medium_alert_as_critical flag (specified in the PEM server configuration dialog) is set to TRUE and the alert level is MEDIUM, the warning message will read CRITICAL.
If the PEM alert level is HIGH, the warning message will read CRITICAL.

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