It should be the case that you can come out of the downtime early by
moving the end-point forward. You can not do the opposite though - if
you try to extend a scheduled downtime within 24 hours of the outage
then it counts as unscheduled. See this manual for more details: https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/EGEE/OperationalProceduresforROCsAndSites#5_2_Intervention_Procedures
If you find in practice that ending the downtime early leads to
another outcome than we expect please could you let me know?
On 24 Feb 2010, at 12:27, Govind Songara wrote:
> Elena Korolkova wrote:
>> we declared scheduled DT (OUTAGE) for 4 h today to move DPM head
>> node to a separate machine.
>> Now we think we don't need all 4 hours of outage.
>> Can we limit this DT or switch OUTAGE to AT RISK without being in
>> unscheduled DT?
> I think, you can end it anytime if you finished earlier.
>> Your help is much appreciated
>> Dr Elena Korolkova
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>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>> University of Sheffield
>> Sheffield, S3 7RH, United Kingdom