Defining Rule Exceptions
Once you activate a rule, it continuously monitors your IT infrastructure for conditions that would trigger an event. However, you may also want to define exceptions to those conditions. For example, you may know that a server will be going down for maintenance during a specific time period and you don’t want your Server Down – No Ping Response rule to trigger an incident for it.
- In Analytics > Rules, select the rule you want to add the exception to, and click Edit.
- Next to Exceptions, click Edit.
- Select an Attribute and Operator, and enter a Value, for the conditions that will prevent an incident from being generated.
The values in the Attribute menu are from the Event Attributes associated with the incident definition.
- Click the + icon to set an effective time period for the exception.
You can set effective time periods for single and recurring events, and for durations of time from hours to days.
- Enter any Notes about the exception.
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