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How to configure service/host dependencies on nagios

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Hi,

I am bit new to Nagios. I need to configure service & host dependencies to avoid too many alerts for remote location.

http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/3_0/dependencies.html  --- read this but couldn't get exact steps for configuration.
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I use the 'parents' definition when setting up hosts. So for example I define my office router and call it cisco_fla. then I define my office server and include the line

Parents       Cisco_fla

I continue like this to define all my parent child relationships
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Thanks. Can you please give me more details on this?
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http://www.mentby.com/Group/nagios-users/defining-service-dependency.html

This thread give a good example of how someone used service dependency to overcome a flood of notifications due to NRPE. It looks like he was stuck in the same place you are
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