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Under "Basic Monitoring / Downtimes" you can see an overview of all host downtimes. Here you will find seven buttons and 2 entry fields in the header.

Here you can select the type of downtime to be displayed. You can choose from Service or Recurring Downtime.

Number of results displayed.

Here you can select whether to hide expired downtimes.

Accepts the selected settings and applies them to the list.

Provides the option to hide individual table columns.

Link to the input form for creating a new downtime. You can choose the type of downtime (host, hostgroup, service) you would like to create.

Provides the ability to filter the downtime list by host, user and comment.

New downtime:

There is a button in the header of the input form used for creating a new downtime.

Returns to the downtime overview (without saving).


Field nameRequired FieldDescription
Host downtime
Host(Warnung)

The host to receive a downtime

Maintenance period for

Who the downtime should apply to:

  • Individual host
  • Host including services
  • Host and dependent hosts (triggered)
  • Host and dependent hosts (non-triggered)
Comment(Warnung)Comments for the downtime
Recurring downtime
Recurring downtime
From(Warnung)Starting point for the downtime
To(Warnung)Endpoint for the downtime
Host group downtime
Host group(Warnung)Host group to receive a downtime
Maintenance period for

Who the downtime should apply to.

  • Hosts only
  • Hosts including services
Comment(Warnung)Comments regarding the downtime
Recurring downtime
Recurring downtime
From(Warnung)Starting point for the downtime
To(Warnung)Endpoint for the downtime
Service downtime
Service(Warnung)Which service is to receive a downtime
Comment(Warnung)Comments regarding the downtime
Recurring downtime
Recurring downtime
From(Warnung)Starting point for the downtime
To(Warnung)Endpoint for the downtime
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