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    April 30, 2015

Using Maintenance Mode

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So, after last week's post about blacklisting assets for Ops Center, a couple of people pointed out that there's another - probably easier - way of temporarily stopping an asset from generating ASRs if you're doing maintenance on it: Putting the asset in maintenance mode.

Putting an asset in maintenance mode stops it from generating new incidents, so that when you power off or reconfigure it, Ops Center doesn't freak out. Ops Center doesn't stop managing the asset, and you can then disable maintenance mode when you're done.

Bear in mind that Ops Center will also treat the asset as though it's about to go down: If you put a Proxy Controller in maintenance mode it can't run jobs, and if you put an Oracle VM Server for SPARC in maintenance mode Ops Center will try to migrate its guests to another system in the server pool, or stop them if no other system is available.

Take a look at the Incidents chapter in the Feature Reference Guide for more information about maintenance mode.

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