Managing Downtime

Suspending your calls during downtime.

You can apply downtime to an individual schedule associated with an individual API call you're watching or to all your API calls if you're planning a maintenance window.

During this time, calls will not run.


Downtime ONLY applies to a project

At this time, downtime is per project. So if you have multiple projects you will need to apply downtime to all of them.

To implement a Downtime for your Schedule, select the Add Downtime button for the desired Schedule.

This will bring up a popup where you can set the date and time for the start and end of your downtime and the timezone. This downtime can also be set to repeat daily or weekly.


Downtime is set during the winter

When you set your downtime, it will use the winter timezone and respect locales, meaning it will automatically change for DST.

Once your done, select the Save changes button.


Downtime will apply AFTER the last scheduled call has been executed

You might want to schedule some time around the start of your maintenance window - the reason is calls might be scheduled in the queue before the downtime starts and the call might start inside the window.

Suspending Alerts

If you would rather leave the calls scheduled, you can turn off the alerts for the period of downtime - this currently has to be done per alert and per project.