Newly documented APIs

We’ve┬árecently published the documentation for some of the APIs that have been introduced in 2.0 but had not been covered in the manual at all. If you are a Zabbix expert, you’re probably already aware of their existence, but if you don’t know your way around the source code, you might have missed them. Anyway, you can now familiarize yourself with six useful APIs for maintaining your Zabbix configuration. Continue reading “Newly documented APIs”

Low Level Discovery for Windows Services

Introduction

When monitoring Windows servers and services it would be really handy to have a check to see if all the services that are registered with the system to automatically start up during boot, are also started.

You can use the item services[automatic] and compare its results with the output of the item services[automatic,started] using a trigger. However, this is not a very nice approach to this problem because it will tell you that there is a difference between these two but it will not tell you exactly which service has gone down.

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