There will be planned maintenance on SAP systems and the below databases, operating systems and the below infrastructure. During this planned maintenance, you don’t want any alerts and mails from SAP Focused Run, since the application is not available for a planned time.
Using the work mode management function you plan these maintenance events.
Questions that will be answered in this blog are:
- How can I set up planned maintenance for systems monitored by SAP Focused Run to temporarily suppress the alerts during maintenance?
- How can I see the current maintenance and planned upcoming maintenance?
- Can I make a public page for the IT calendar?
Goto the IT calendar and workmode management tile:
Select the system (or select multiple systems in one go) and create the work mode for maintenance, and immediately switch to Expert Mode:
With expert mode you can simply set start and stop date and time.
You also should check the scope (the system will make a proposal) and extend if needed:
After saving, you can send notification via mail on the planned maintenance:
You can now see the planned maintenance in the calendar mode.
Overview of upcoming events
If you are in the calendar mode there can be a lot of systems. The overview screen for upcoming events will filter on the systems which have maintenance mode planned:
Actual maintenance can be seen in the System Down monitor:
You will only see maintenance that is currently running in the system down monitor, not the upcoming events.
Tips and tricks
Can I select multiple systems for planned maintenance in one go? Yes you can, this will save you a lot of time to input.
Can I make a recurring maintenance? Yes you can, in the scheduling screen mark the maintenance as recurring.
Can I make a public page for the IT calendar? Yes, you can, follow the instructions in OSS note 2926433 – IT Calendar access to Non-SAP Focused Run Users.