Iam trying to use a global handler so that it invokes a failover by 
distinguishing first if the host is CRITICAL, if its then it should 
failover all services under that host and ignore the number of services 
of that particular host in trouble and NOT try to failover specific 

If specific services of that host are in trouble AND the host state is 
OK then it should failover only the specific services.

Is this something that can be achieved by a global host handler? If yes 
how? according to what i read i cannot pass specific service arguments 
to the global handler. It only gets fed the nagios macros so it cannot 
distinguish what action to take according to the circumstances.


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