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System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

 

System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

Hello,

i have a task that send Mails if a system is not reachable - So we have some systems which are rebooting every night. Some at 8 pm - some at 2 pm ... etc.

Is it possible to exclude events from these machines during reboot ?

How can i manage this ?
I dont want to get messages at this time cause its a sheduled reboot.

thanks
4 REPLIES
fred Passeron
Honored Contributor

Re: System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

Hi

HP SIM allows you to use and manage time filters in your tasks.

Create a task for the systems that are rebooting every night and add a time filter so that the alert is only valid outside the reboot period.


See attached example.

Hope it helps

fred
“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome.” Isaac Asimov

Re: System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

I have a System Event Task (all systems - critical) send mail / SNMP Trap.

i configured both machines like in your image.
Do i have to modify the System Event Task where alle machines are in ?

Re: System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

I have 3 Tasks

1 for all systems - 24 h / 7 days
-> critical events -> Mail
1 for one system - reboot daily 8 PM - at 8 PM its white (time filter)
1 for one system - reboot daily 2 am - at 2 am
its white (time filter)

Now i see that i get mails that these systems are still not available at 8 / 2.
Do i have to edit the task for all systems ????

Please Help
Jimmy Rueedi
Frequent Advisor

Re: System Events critical Handler - Daily Reboot

Hello

There seemes to be a thick wall in the heads of some people about this issue....

Take a look at my portings and the vbscripts we are using to resolve this.
We putted the script encrypted in the logon share of our domain and viy group policy we let each server run this script when going down.

It sets the node in suspend.15m by default and while coming up we ran the same script to set the monitoring mode to resume.

The mentioned thread could be found here:
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=805599
(somewhere lower in the thread)
Regards
Jimmy