When an alert enters an alert state, the reported state will always be the highest measured level during the same alert state. This means that if your alert went into a critical state and returned below the critical threshold but above the warning threshold, the alert will still show itself as critical until the alert returns below the alerting state and clears.
Articles in this section
- Can alerts be triggered only if a failures occur at more than one location?
- When are synthetic alerts evaluated and triggered?
- How can I tell what changes have been made to my site's alerts recently?
- How do I stop my alerts from firing during routine maintenance to my site?
- I accidentally scheduled a pause for an alert during the wrong time period. How do I change the scheduled pause?
- What's the difference between pausing and disabling an alert?
- How do I edit multiple of my alerts at the same time?
- My alert is alerting when I don't want it to or my alert is not alerting when I want it to. How can I change the alert so that it does what I want?
- Why is my alert still in a "Critical" state if it's not currently above the "Critical" threshold?
- What are the site alerts under the bell icon in Blue Triangle? Are they all relevant to me?