Scheduled Downtimes / Disable hosts from beeing Displayed on specifice Time Periods from Dashboard

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  • Good afternoon!


    Im working with the Check_MK RAW 1.4.0p13 Version.

    Im searching for an Option to not Display a Host/Service in a specific Time Range :)

    Actually it is a Switch wich is placed on a Workbench and will be Offline when the workers finished working. ( No they don't want it on a seperate Power Line ... but its annoying to see this red CRIT alert every evening at 4pm or on friday from 1pm ).


    I've tried to setup a specific Time Period for this but all it does is the No Notification Moon in Check_MK Dashboard yaaaay ... -.-"


    Is this option with Downtimes only available in the Enterprise Version?


    Greetz and have a nice weekend :>


    Pabumake

  • Actually it is a Switch wich is placed on a Workbench and will be Offline when the workers finished working.

    Why do you monitor it in the first place?


    but all it does is the No Notification Moon in Check_MK Dashboard yaaaay ... -.-"


    Is this option with Downtimes only available in the Enterprise Version?

    Thats the Downtime... downtime means there are no notifications sent and the monitoring core knows, the problem is acknowledged. Of course it still is reported as CRIT or WARN in the host or service view, beacause the error still exists. But in the tactical overview for example, it will not be shown as problem anymore.

  • We had several issues in this network with users pluging in devices wich caused some network segments to crash.
    So we can identify wich parts of the network are causing errors ( actually helped us 2 times already to identify the problem within 2 mins instead of loggin in into each switch to see where to problem is ;) )
    If you have any other ideas how to prevent this, feel free to tell me ^^"
    And yes there is already a DHCP range wich should be used by those users.
    But well you know Users... they just do not use it if they're told to ...


    And thanks for the explanation :)