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Configuring a Monitor Maintenance Window

Overview

Motadata AIOps is equipped with a feature that allows you to identify if a particular monitor is under maintenance. Once you mark the monitor as under maintenance, the monitor is turned off for further surveillance.

Go to Menu, Select Settings .After that, Go to Monitoring . Select Device\Cloud\Agent\Service Check Monitor Settings based on the monitor you want to indicate under maintenance.
Navigate to the monitor you want to indicate under maintenance. Under the Actions tab, select to display the dropdown menu as displayed below.

Turning Maintenance ON/OFF

  • Select On Maintenance to indicate that maintenance is underway for a monitor. This will change the status of the monitor from Enable to Maintenance .
    This means the monitor is no longer under surveillance by Motadata.
  • Select Off Maintenance to indicate that the maintenance is no longer running for a monitor. This will change the status of the monitor from Maintenance to Enable .
    This means the monitor is once again under surveillance by Motadata.

How to schedule Maintenance window for a monitor?

Motadata allows you to create a maintenance schedule for a monitor which would allow the maintenance to be run either once or multiple times at specified time intervals in the future.

Navigate to the monitor to schedule its maintenance. Under the Actions tab, select to display the dropdown menu as displayed below.

Select Schedule Maintenance to display a scheduler pop-up as shown below.

Fill in the details in the pop-up to create a scheduler. The following parameters are present in the pop-up:

On Maintenance

  1. Start Date: Select the date at which the maintenance is scheduled to start.
  2. Hours: Select the time at which the maintenance is scheduled to start.

Off Maintenance

  1. Start Date: Select the date at which the maintenance is scheduled to end.
  2. Hours: Select the time at which the maintenance is scheduled to end.

Scheduler Type

  1. Once: Select this field to schedule the maintenance only once.
  2. Daily: Select this field to schedule the maintenance to run daily.
  3. Weekly: Select this field to schedule the maintenance to run on a weekly basis. You can even schedule the maintenance on multiple days of the week in the selected time period.
    1. Days: Select the days of a week when the maintenance will run.
  4. Monthly: Select this field to schedule the maintenance to run on monthly intervals. You can schedule the maintenance to run on specific months and dates in the selected time period.

    1. Months: Select the months when the maintenance will run in the selected time period.
    2. Dates: Select the dates when the maintenance will run in the selected time period.

Select Schedule once all the details are filled out. The Maintenance Schedule is now set up as per the specified parameters.