Add a "refresh service" button to the edit service view
Some services, like the interface, depend on their previous state.
In order for the new state to be applied the service must be moved to undecided and then moved back to the monitored services.
It would be nice to have an single "refresh service" button in the service edit view that does the same for the selected services in one step.
Under consideration Suggested by: Lars Sörensen • Upvoted: 22 Feb • Comments: 8
Thomas Lippert Admin Merged
Due to a service change, I need to remove a service from a list of Linux servers and rediscover the new service. Unfortunately, this is a host by host operation and not possible via a bulk operation
This is also true for other types of hosts like network equipment.
Robert Sander Merged
There is bulk discovery.
Basically a "Tabula Rasa" for a selection of service checks.
It would be nice to search for one or more service names (regex, tags, labels) and then hit the tabula rasa button over many hosts (regex, tags, labels).
But... the problem here would be that in that second the service could be in the unwanted state again. And then everything starts all over again.
And that brings us back to an API call. Or you can set the desired, default state directly by rule.
Lars Sörensen Merged
The bulk discovery can't refresh individual services. It only overs a Tabula rasa which removes services you mybe want to keep like not running processes.
This would be the same Feature Request like the following, only for Bulk discovery:
The same for periodic service discovery rules:
Thomas Lippert Admin
"Remove and rediscover services on Linux machines in a bulk operation" (suggested by Thomas Lippert on 2022-04-26), including upvotes (10) and comments (3), was merged into this suggestion.