About BSM and SLAs

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The first option is the states to consider a problem:
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You will see this screen when you click _Show States_ while configuring BSM service objects. See [How to create a BSM group] for detailed instructions.

Finally, there is the _essential_ classification of a member:
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If a member is essential, the BSM service object will be in a Critical state if it has a problem listed in the states to consider a problem, regardless of the state of the other members.