[Nagios-users] Monitoring scheduling

Leif J. nagios at ljnet.dk
Mon Oct 25 08:47:31 UTC 2010

What I do is that I have a script (coded by another person) that are 
running at a cron that every day schedule downtime on services I define.

That will do that is still checking and are registered as downtime but a 
Scheduled Downtime

But yeah, I do on for example printers that I put a diff. timeperiod on 
that so it are only checked between 07:00 - 17:00


On 25-10-2010 09:26, Network Operation Center FMC Luxemburg wrote:
> Dear List,
> Is there a way to scheduling a control ?
> I.e : I've a server there is down from 00:00 to 02:00 (for backup 
> operation) but during this time interval I would not receive alarms... 
> Because this is  "normal" down service...
> Any idea ?
> Thanks,
> François
> Network Operation Center
>         LUXEMBURG
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