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Recurring Maintenance Windows

Our server performs maintenance each night at the same time and we are wondering if there is a way to turn of monitoring during the maintenance window as we get like a hundred message about CPU and HD utilization that we have to wade through and 99% of the time they are just "noise". We would like to be able to setup a recurring maintenance window.

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  • Dec 18 2017
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    Guest commented
    02 Jul 14:37

    Agree - this seems like something that is probably a common requirement.

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    Guest commented
    13 Jul 07:38

    This would be a nice improvment.

    In my case, I would also like to be able to snooze only selected alerts, as all my servers are not in maintenance at the same time.

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    Guest commented
    14 Aug 13:43

    Does using the Stackify Deployment hook solve this? (I haven't tried this feature, but would expect Deployment Tracking to integrate closely with Maintenance Windows, and it would probably a very bad product direction to have two separate ways to do approximately the same thing

     

    https://stackify.com/deployment-tracking/

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    Guest commented
    24 Sep 15:46

    This is very basic required feature as most of the systems do daily maintenance.

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    Ray Levi commented
    02 Oct 17:36

    Deployment tracking does not provide maintenance window integration, although that is an interesting idea. Recurring maintenance windows is on our radar but not planned at this time.

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    Guest commented
    02 Nov 22:12

    Either recurring maintenance windows or different alter thresholds per time of day are greatly needed. The alerts are not helpful if we get noise overnight and start ignoring them.