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Maintenance Mode

Orchestrator > Orchestrator Server > Tools > Maintenance Mode

You can set maintenance mode on an appliance in two ways. You can:

  • Use the menu available from the appliance tree. This method automatically suppresses alarms and pauses orchestration.

  • Use the Orchestrator menu to select appliances and specify settings. This method allows you to specify whether to pause orchestration or suppress alarms.

Set Maintenance Mode Using the Menu Available from the Appliance Tree

  1. Right-click on one or more appliances in the appliance tree, and then select Maintenance Mode.

  2. In the Maintenance Mode dialog box, click OK.

    Alarms are automatically suppressed, and orchestration is automatically paused for the selected appliances.

Set Maintenance Mode Using the Orchestrator Menu

  1. Navigate to Orchestrator > Orchestrator Server > Tools > Maintenance Mode.

  2. In the Maintenance Mode dialog box, click Add.

    The Configure Maintenance Mode dialog box opens.

  3. In the Appliance field, enter the name of the appliance you want to put into maintenance mode.

  4. To pause orchestration, select Pause Orchestration.

  5. To suppress alarms associated with this appliance while in maintenance mode, select Suppress Alarms.

  6. Click OK.

  7. Click Save.

The following table describes the fields on the Maintenance Mode dialog box.

Field Description
Appliance Name of the appliance you put into maintenance mode.
Alarms Indicates whether to suppress 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.

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