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The rule-based event handling is flexible and may be configured using groups. Notifications may be sent via email (SMTP) or SNMP.
In our example, we will set up a notification group titled "DBA" and then assign it an email address:
Now we can assign this new "DBA" notification group to an Event Handler. To handle events, you set up a series of filters using Assets Groups, Advisors, and Event Statuses, which are defined by choosing "Any" or specific items. MySQL Enterprise Monitor will perform a defined action if all of the selected filter conditions are true.
Leaving a field blank defines a filter as all. For example, leaving the Advisors filter blank means the event handler will be triggered from all advisors.
For example, previously we defined "Development" and "Production"
server groups, along with "Developer" and "DBA" notification groups.
Let's now configure the Service Manager to email the DBA group
events are discovered on a production server: