thank you for your answer. As Govind pointed out before, there is an
option to end DT. I've pressed at such button at GOC page and the end of
exactly the moment you press the button.
So our DT is changed from 2010-02-24, 11:00:00 [Europe/London]
2010-02-24, 13:50:00 [Europe/London]
to 2010-02-24, 11:00:00 [Europe/London]
2010-02-24, 12:28:00 [Europe/London].
Thanks again to you and Govind.
Dr Elena Korolkova
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Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Sheffield
Sheffield, S3 7RH, United Kingdom
On Wed, 24 Feb 2010, J Coles wrote:
> Hi Elena
> 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:
> If you find in practice that ending the downtime early leads to another
> outcome than we expect please could you let me know?
> Many thanks,
> 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
>>> Email: [log in to unmask]
>>> Tel.: +44 (0)114 2223553
>>> Fax: +44 (0)114 2223555
>>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>>> University of Sheffield
>>> Sheffield, S3 7RH, United Kingdom