Orchestrator > Orchestrator Server > Tools > Maintenance Mode
You can put one or more appliances in maintenance mode by selecting the specific appliance in the tree. When approved, the appliances are added to the maintenance list. You can also put an appliance in maintenance mode by searching for “Maintenance Mode” in the search bar or by right-clicking any appliance and selecting Maintenance Mode. Complete the following steps to add an appliance to maintenance mode.
- Navigate to Orchestrator > Orchestrator Server > Tools > Maintenance Mode.
- Click Add. The Configure Maintenance Mode window opens.
- If you want to pause orchestration, select Pause Orchestration.
- If you want to suppress alarms associated with this appliance while in maintenance mode, select Suppress Alarms.
- Click OK.
- Click Save.
NOTE: If you pause orchestration and/or suppress all alarms, the appliance goes into maintenance mode.
|Host Name||Host name of the appliance you are adding to maintenance mode.|
|Alarms||Whether you chose to suppress or alarms while the appliance is in maintenance mode.|
|Orchestration||If paused, all orchestration is paused on the selected appliance, except IPsec UDP Tunnel Key material.|
|IP||IP address of the appliance in maintenance mode.|
|Version||Current version of the appliance.|