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Docs taken from:
http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/2_0/xodtemplate.html#serviceescalation
http://nagios.sourceforge.net/docs/2_0/escalations.html

Example Definition:

[@
define serviceescalation{
host_name nt-3
service_description Processor Load
first_notification 4
last_notification 0
notification_interval 30
contact_groups all-nt-admins,themanagers
}

@]
Directive Descriptions:

host_name: This directive is used to identify the short name of the host that the service the escalation should apply to is associated with.
service_description: This directive is used to identify the description of the service the escalation should apply to.
first_notification: This directive is a number that identifies the first notification for which this escalation is effective. For instance, if you set this value to 3, this escalation will only be used if the service is in a non-OK state long enough for a third notification to go out.
last_notification: This directive is a number that identifies the last notification for which this escalation is effective. For instance, if you set this value to 5, this escalation will not be used if more than five notifications are sent out for the service. Setting this value to 0 means to keep using this escalation entry forever (no matter how many notifications go out).
contact_groups: This directive is used to identify the short name of the contact group that should be notified when the service notification is escalated. Multiple contact groups should be separated by commas.
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