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Health rule Suppression

Health rule Suppression

Hello,

 

I have a healthrule suppression schedule enabled and it doesn't seem to be working as expected.

 

The requirement is to suppress or disable helathrule between 1 AM and 6 AM only on Sundays, and this the cron entry that i set up (see attached).

 

start time cron expression: * * 6 ? * 7

end time cron expression  : * * 1 ? * 7

 

If this is incorrect, please advise what needs to be modified. Thank you!

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Health rule Suppression
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Does anyone have an answer? :)

Geoffrey.Kirk
Wanderer

I think you might have your start and end crossed so i switched them.  Also, for Sundays, shouldn't that be a '1' instead of a '7'?  Here's the result based on those adjustments.

 

start time cron expression: * * 1 ? * 1

end time cron expression  : * * 6 ? * 1

 

Here's a doc on cron format standards.

http://www.quartz-scheduler.org/documentation/quartz-2.1.x/tutorials/crontrigger

Aniruddha.Salve
Builder

Hello,

 

Can you please mention the steps followed to achieve this.

 

Thank you.

Eric.Miller
Architect

It's an old post, but essentially he's asking about how to do supress an action which is outlined in this document: https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO45/Action+Suppression#ActionSuppression-ConfigureActionSuppr...

Once you're there, then follow his cron expression link above on what the syntax is.

You can also set this up when building your health rule as outlined in this document: https://docs.appdynamics.com/display/PRO45/Create+a+Health+Rule#CreateaHealthRule-Create_Manage_HRSc...

Which kind of has reverse logic. Usually you want the action to "start" when you want it to actually end supression, and then "end" when you want it to actually it to start, that way that "Health Rule" will only run everytime except the times you speecifically outlined to supress.





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