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#### Timeperiods
define timeperiod{
timeperiod_name 24x7
alias 24_Hours_A_Day,_7_Days_A_Week
sunday 00:00-24:00
monday 00:00-24:00
tuesday 00:00-24:00
wednesday 00:00-24:00
thursday 00:00-24:00
friday 00:00-24:00
saturday 00:00-24:00
#exclude workhours
}
# 'workhours' timeperiod definition
define timeperiod{
timeperiod_name workhours
alias Normal Work Hours
monday 09:00-17:00
tuesday 09:00-17:00
wednesday 09:00-17:00
thursday 09:00-17:00
friday 09:00-17:00
#exclude 24x7
}
# 'none' timeperiod definition
define timeperiod{
timeperiod_name none
alias No Time Is A Good Time
}
# Some U.S. holidays
# Note: The timeranges for each holiday are meant to *exclude* the holidays from being
# treated as a valid time for notifications, etc. You probably don't want your pager
# going off on New Year's. Although you're employer might... :-)
define timeperiod{
name us-holidays
timeperiod_name us-holidays
alias U.S. Holidays
january 1 00:00-00:00 ; New Years
monday -1 may 00:00-00:00 ; Memorial Day (last Monday in May)
july 4 00:00-00:00 ; Independence Day
monday 1 september 00:00-00:00 ; Labor Day (first Monday in September)
thursday -1 november 00:00-00:00 ; Thanksgiving (last Thursday in November)
december 25 00:00-00:00 ; Christmas
}
# This defines a modified "24x7" timeperiod that covers every day of the
# year, except for U.S. holidays (defined in the timeperiod above).
define timeperiod{
timeperiod_name 24x7_sans_holidays
alias 24x7 Sans Holidays
use us-holidays ; Get holiday exceptions from other timeperiod
sunday 00:00-24:00
monday 00:00-24:00
tuesday 00:00-24:00
wednesday 00:00-24:00
thursday 00:00-24:00
friday 00:00-24:00
saturday 00:00-24:00
}
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