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You can set scheduled down time (SDT) for websites just as you can for resources, LogicModules (e.g. DataSources, EventSources, JobMonitors), and other components (Collectors) for which LogicMonitor triggers alerts. When a website is in SDT, alert notifications for that website will not be routed, but will still show up in the LogicMonitor interface. SDTs for websites can be added, edited, viewed and deleted from the SDT tab for a particular website or website group.
When adding SDTs for a specific Web Check or Ping Check, you’ll need to specify which checkpoint locations (i.e. which external LogicMonitor checkpoints or internal Collectors) the SDT should apply to. Only those locations currently configured for the check are available on the Add SDT dialog, along with an Overall option. You may want to include the Overall option in your SDT if you are expecting errors at one location (or more), but don’t want an overall alert due to the average response time across all locations falling short of expectations.
If your SDT does not apply to all locations configured for a particular website, it’s assigned the SDT type of “WebsiteCheckpointSDT.” If it does apply to all locations, it’s assigned the SDT type of “WebsiteSDT.” If your SDT applies to a website group, it’s assigned the SDT type of “ServiceGroupSDT.”
Note: Although the SDT tab for websites does have some settings unique to websites (discussed above), the functionality and behavior of this tab is largely identical to that of SDT tabs found throughout the LogicMonitor interface. (For more detailed information on SDT tab functionality, see Scheduled Down Time (SDT) Tab.)