Re: BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system (582 Views)
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TEX2020
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BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system

Hello,

 

I have several SiteScope monitors running and I need to create downtime for those monitors in BSM 9.

 

How can I create downtime for specific monitors in BSM 9?

 

Any information greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks.

Tex2020
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Asaf Shechter
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Re: BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system

One of the changes of BSM9 is Downtime. Downtime is associate with CI and the monitors are not needed anymore.

This is the reason that the SiS monitors and groups are NOT applicable as related CI for Downtime, since they are not "real" CIs (you will not find them in the CMS class model).

So if you have SiS monitor associated with a CI (for example: CPU monitor) then you can define the Downtime on the Computer CI instead of the SiS monitor CI.

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TEX2020
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Re: BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system

Asaf,

 

What about BPM monitors will that be possible to put downtime on them?

 

Any info appreciated.

 

Thanks.

Tex2020
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Asaf Shechter
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Re: BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system

I suggest you look carefully in your BSM and tell us if you find any BPM monitor...

I also suggest you learn about the model BPM creates in RTSM (such as Business Application, Business Tx Flow and Business Tx). Then I am pretty sure you will be able to answer the question by yourself.

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parkar
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Re: BSM 9: How to create downtime for specific monitors - not the entire system

You define and manage downtimes using the Downtime Management page in Platform Admin. HP Business Service Management enables you to:

  • Configure the downtime to occur once or to recur weekly or monthly.
  • Select multiple CIs to be affected by the downtime.

When configuring a downtime, you select specific instances of CIs from the available views. You can select CIs of the following CI types for the downtime:

  • node
  • running software
  • business process
  • business application
  • ci collection
  • infrastructure service
  • business service
  • click on Next>

 

 

 

Select CIs Page

 

This wizard page enables you to select the CIs that are affected by the downtime

 

evert if u faced any issue

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