Say we have 2-url check.
check1. load root on www.mydomain.com
check2. login with test-user www.domain.com/login?user=xxx&pass=xxx
There is really no reason for the login-check to send an alarm, och the root is not responding. So a feature where we could disable the alarm for check2 if check1 is in fatal-mode.
In this, it would also be great if check1 was run before check2, so the child-check would be run after the first one.
Also, a seperation of Alerts and Actual checks would be nice. So you can still get the SLA-reports, but ignoring the alarms.
This is to make troubleshooting a bit easier, so you directly see what is the depending system that is not responding.
Hi and thanks for your idea, I think it makes a lot of sense to be able to setup alerts with conditions like that. I will promote this to a feature, I can not give you a date for implementation however but I´ll let you know as soon as that changes.