To manually change the state of a RightScale Alert.
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Occasionally, you may want to temporarily disable or change the state of an alert. For example, if you're troubleshooting the cause of an alert escalation, you don't want your cell phone or email to keep receiving the same error notifications. In such cases, you may want to temporarily change the state of an alert. Similarly, during test/development cycles you may want to disable (or enable) a specific Alert for a period of time.
To change the state of a triggered Alert:
Note: You can either change the state of all alerts or change them individually.
Don't forget to enable (or disable) the Alerts if changing the their state was meant only for a limited amount of time (for example, for a few days during testing).
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