Ryan Ferreri Honored Contributor.
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Suppress process monitor during daily restart

One of my application teams restarts their application twice a day at 8am and 8pm. I have a process monitor for this application. I would like to suppress the alert during a 30 minute window starting at 8am, and another at 8pm. I don't see an obvious way to do this with Event Suppression. Any ideas? 

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Re: Suppress process monitor during daily restart

Hello,

What about using a downtime that specifies that the events should be closed during this time? Or maybe TBEA or EPI script?

Regards,

Rosen

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Ryan Ferreri Honored Contributor.
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Re: Suppress process monitor during daily restart

I'd really like to avoid doing an EPI script for this. As far as I can tell, the filtering doesn't allow "daily" times (same time every day), so TBEA won't work. 

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Re: Suppress process monitor during daily restart

Ok what about the most obvious thing in such scenarion,  a downtime definition? Why not usign such? 

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