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The following procedure describes how to stop a resource using blackouts. For information about what happens when you stop a resource and about when you should use blackouts, see Stop monitoring resources.
Blackouts are times when you do not want the Monitor to collect metrics. When a blackout completes, the Monitor attempts to reconnect to the resources and to continue collecting data.
Blackouts occur in the local time of the resource.
Log in to the Monitor as an administrator.
Click the Administration tab.
On the Resources tab, select the resource you want to specify the blackout time for.
Click the Blackouts tab.
In the New Blackout Period window, specify the date and time for the blackout.
The time is local to the computer where the resource database resides.
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