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Zenoss Core 3.x Network and System Monitoring by Michael Badger

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Maintenance Windows

If we plan to take a device out of service for maintenance or other scheduled down time, we can set up a maintenance window so that Zenoss Core does not alert us of a problem when our scheduled maintenance starts. Using a maintenance window also helps ensure that the availability reports show accurate numbers. We'll cover reports in Chapter 10, Reviewing Built-in Reports. We define maintenance windows via the Administration properties of devices, device classes, systems, groups, or locations.

Let's walk through a quick example using a device of your choice:

  1. While viewing the device, click on the Administration link on the device's overview page.
  2. From the Maintenance Windows table, select Add Maint Window.
  3. In the Add Maintenance ...

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