Threshold for plugins

Set thresholds for plugins

As soon as a plugin monitor is added in your Site24x7 account, a default threshold and availability profile will be created. But no threshold limit value will be set, unlike for a server monitor.

The user can then go to Admin > Configuration Profile > Threshold and Availability (+). Set the values and be alerted when the configured value exceeds.

Also, a user can have multiple threshold profiles for a plugin template, while a plugin monitor can have one threshold profile mapped to it.

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