Real time Downtimes

Overview

Object name: RTDOWNTIME

Show host real time downtime

In order to list available real time downtimes, use the SHOW action:: You can use the value “HOST” to display all the downtimes:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a show -v "HOST;generic-host"
id;host_name;author;actual_start_time;actual_end_time;start_time;end_time;comment_data;duration;fixed
6;generic-host;admin;2017/09/28 14:21;N/A;2017/09/26 17:00;2017/09/30 19:00;'generic-comment';3600;1

Columns are the following :

Column

Description

id

Id of the downtime

Host_name

Name of the host

Author

Name of the author

Actual_start_time

Actual start date in case of flexible downtime

Actual_end_time

Actual end date in case of flexible downtime

Start_time

Beginning of downtime

End_time

End of downtime

Comment_data

Short description of the real time downtime

Duration

Duration of Downtime

Fixed

Downtime starts and stops at the exact start and end times

Show service real time downtime

In order to list available real time downtimes, use the SHOW action:: You can use the value “SVC” to display all the downtimes:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a show -v "SVC;generic-host,generic-service"
id;host_name;service_name;author;start_time;end_time;comment_data;duration;fixed
42;generic-host;generic-service;admin;2017/09/28 14:21;N/A;2017/09/26 17:00;2017/09/30 19:00;'generic-comment';3600;1

Columns are the following :

Column

Description

id

Name of the downtime

Host_name

Name of the host

Service_name

Name of the service

Author

Name of the author

Actual_start_time

Actual start date in case of flexible downtime

Actual_end_time

Actual end date in case of flexible downtime

Start_time

Beginning of downtime

End_time

End of downtime

Comment_data

Short description of the real time downtime

Duration

Duration of Downtime

Fixed

Downtime starts and stops at the exact start and end times

Real time Downtime for : Addhost, addhostgroup

If you want to associate a host, host group to a real time downtime, use the ADD action:: To set the value of the start/end, use following format : YYYY/MM/DD HH:mm:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a add -v "HOST;central;2017/09/24 10:00;2017/09/24 12:00;1;3600;my comments;1"
[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a add -v "HG;linux-servers;2017/09/24 10:00;2017/09/24 12:00;1;3600;my comments;1"

The required parameters are the following :

Order

Description

1

Value you want to associate

2

Name of the host (Name of the service)

3

Beginning of downtime

4

End of downtime

5

Type of downtime (1 = fixed, 0 = flexible)

6

Duration of downtime for flexible mode (seconds)

7

Short description of the real time downtime

8

Apply downtime on linked services (0/1)

Real time Downtime for : addservice, addservicegroup

If you want to associate a service or service group to a real time downtime, use the ADD action:: To set the value of the start/end, use following format : YYYY/MM/DD HH:mm:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a add -v "SVC;central,ping|central,memory;2017/09/24 10:00;2017/09/24 12:00;1;3600;my comments"
[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a add -v "SG;servicegroup1;2017/09/24 10:00;2017/09/24 12:00;1;3600;my comments"

The required parameters are the following :

Order

Description

1

Value you want to associate

2

Name of the host (Name of the service)

3

Beginning of downtime

4

End of downtime

5

Type of downtime (1 = fixed, 0 = flexible)

6

Duration of downtime for flexible mode (seconds)

7

Short description of the real time downtime

Add instance real time downtime

In order to add a new real time downtime for a poller, use the ADD action:: To set the value of the start/end, use following format : YYYY/MM/DD HH:mm:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a add -v "INSTANCE;Central;2017/09/24 10:00;2017/09/24 12:00;1;3600;my comments

The required parameters are the following :

Order

Description

1

Value you want to associate

2

Name of the poller

3

Beginning of downtime

4

End of downtime

5

Type of downtime (1 = fixed, 0 = flexible)

6

Duration of downtime for flexible mode (seconds)

7

Short description of the real time downtime

Cancel a real time downtime

In order to cancel a real time downtime, use the CANCEL action:: To get the value of the id, use the SHOW action:

[root@centreon ~]# ./centreon -u admin -p centreon -o RTDOWNTIME -a CANCEL -v "6|42"

The required parameters are the following :

Order

Description

1

Id of downtime