RE: [IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times

2013-03-05 Thread Tim Huffman
Yozh,

As far as I know, there's no easy way to do that. Scheduling acknowledgements 
is one area where Intermapper doesn't seem to work very well. 

What we've done with things like this in the past is, like Joe M said, create a 
duplicate notifier that is applied ONLY to this device, then go into the 
Notifer Schedule, and make sure that the times of day this happens are not 
active.

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Subject: [IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times


So no way to do per device I guess I have to get creative as you mentioned


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[IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times

2013-02-22 Thread Joe_M

You can open the Notifier Window and set a delay for as long as you want. If 
the condition corrects itself while the delay is active, you won't ever get the 
notification.


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[IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times

2013-02-22 Thread yozh


Joe_M wrote:
 From the manual.
 Look down in this cut and paste  from the manual where it talks about 
 Scheduled times.  
 
 
 Configure Notifier Window Reference
 Name
 Enter a name in the Name box. The name can be any can be any descriptive text
 string.
 Tip: If the notifier is active only at certain times of the day or week, you 
 may want
 to include a description of the time period as well. For example, you could 
 assign
 names like Weekend Pager and Second Shift Pager to notifiers that had 
 those
 time schedules.
 Notifier Type
 From the Configure Notifier window's Notifier Type dropdown menu, choose a
 notifier type. For more information, see Notifier Types (Pg 125) at the top 
 of this
 topic.
 Scheduled Hours
 Select a range of hours during which this notification should be sent.
 l Active hours are shown in gray.
 l Inactive hours are shown in white.
 To set a range of hours:
 l Click and drag across a range of hours.
 l Click and drag across all blocks to invert the selection.
 To add or remove hours from the schedule:
 l Click an individual cell to make it active or inactive.
 To activate or deactivate all hours in the schedule:
 l Double-click the Active Hours legend to activate all hours in the schedule.
 l Double-click the Inactive Hours legend to de-activate all hours in the 
 schedule


Thank you, but this is based on the specific person, I need it for the device , 
not a person... 

Thanks again,.


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[IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times

2013-02-22 Thread yozh


Joe_M wrote:
 I don't have access to the server settings right now, but this is a server 
 setting, it has nothing to do with a person. What made you think that the 
 server settings would be about a person? As far as I know, they are about 
 server only. This is how the notifiers will work for everyone, as a server 
 setting that modifies how notifiers work. You can configure more than one 
 notifier, and put different properties on each. This would be about a person, 
 or persons in a group when you configure that particular notifier. The times 
 are all about server settings.i  If I am wrong, I would sugges that you read 
 through the manual, and if you find a gap in features, and you know of one 
 that would be useful to many, send it as a suggestion and it may show up in a 
 future release.


You configure a notifier, and that notifier has a time range, what I`m trying 
to do is for the same notifiers have a specific device get ignored notification 
at a specific time range


Let me give an example:

The database maintenance is run on device A I have 20 notifiers from that 
device A and other 100 device, they all have to receive notification from this 
devices at all times. I want to put an exception for device  A not to notify 
every notifiers at 6:40-6:45,


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[IM-Talk] Re: Do not notify for specific device at specific times

2013-02-22 Thread mmaki


 You configure a notifier, and that notifier has a time range, what I`m trying 
 to do is for the same notifiers have a specific device get ignored 
 notification at a specific time range 


Hi Yozh,

Another way to do this is using a timed acknowledgement. 

Right-click the device, choose Acknowledge, choose Timed from the drop-down 
list for ack type, and fill in the time duration.

That method does have the disadvantage of requiring manual intervention, though.

A different approach would be to use a second probe which monitors the same 
device and notifies for problems with availability, then turn the notifiers off 
for the one monitoring CPU and memory, but have them displayed in the device 
label. 

The downside to that, of course, is no notification of CPU or memory problems 
outside the maintenance periods other than the visual display.

best regards,
-- 
Mike Maki
InterMapper Technical Support
supp...@intermapper.com


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