The Objects tab is
where you can choose what objects are tagged with the new Hashtag.
You can choose to
select Hosts first and then filter the list of Service Checks to just list
Service Checks that the selected Hosts have. You can also choose to select the
Service Checks first and select the ‘All Hosts with these Service Checks…’ box,
which tells Opsview Monitor – “Any Host that has the selected Service Checks,
tag with this Hashtag’.
In our example, we
are going to tag all Hosts that have Apache Service Checks with our new
This means that if we
now add ten Hosts that have one of these Service Checks applied, they will be
tagged with ‘SUPERIMPORTANT’.
This Hashtag will be
visible from within the Hosts Settings window as below:
Hashtag is visible on the ‘Globally Applied Hashtags:’ line, instead of the
‘Hashtags:’ line above it, as the Hashtag was assigned via the ‘Settings >
Hashtags’ section and not on a per-Host basis. This means that if you wanted to
un-Hashtag this Host, i.e. remove ‘SUPERIMPORTANT’, you would have to do so via
‘Settings > Hashtags’.