I would like to do a bulk change to the monitoring period.

Our Server Monitor was setup backwards, and we should have put the schedule on the email rather than the monitor.

I can see the "Monitor:Set Monitor Parameters" in the bulk configuration options, but when I choose a monitor type, and then click select option, it requires me to choose a server as the template for my copy. I do no want to change other parameters other than the Monitoring period. For example, if I choose a disk space monitor, will it then copy all the directories to other server monitors?

Can you let me know how I can do this without affecting other parameters other than monitoring period?

Cheers

Shaun

asked 11 Jul '14, 01:29

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I have tried updating the monitor's monitor period with the bulk update, but no change is made to the monitoring period. But the drives are added. Shaun

(11 Jul '14, 01:44) shaunscott

Hi One Answer (Quinn),

I cannot see the Monitor:Set Monitoring Period.

But - I searched a bit more and found what I was after:

Monitor:Set Validity period.

Shaun

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answered 14 Jul '14, 18:57

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Hi Shaun,

The Bulk Config option "Monitor:Set Monitor Parameters" will only change the monitor's parameters. If you want to make a changes to the monitoring period you need to use the option "Monitor:Set Monitoring Period".

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Shaun,

I believe you are correct as there was a re-name of that option a short time ago.

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