Triggers may enter a suspended state in response to an event that prevents the Trigger's change stream from continuing, such as a network disruption or change to the underlying cluster. When a Trigger enters a suspended state, it does not receive change events and will not fire.
In the event of a suspended or failed trigger, Realm sends the project owner an email alerting them of the issue.
You can suspend a Trigger from the Realm UI or by
importing an application directory with