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Deleting devices from monitoring

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Created by Nanette.Neal, last modified by Nanette.Neal on Jul 12, 2016

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The following procedure deletes devices (nodes) from monitoring in the web console.

Deleting nodes from monitoring in the web console automatically terminates monitoring of all applications, interfaces, and volumes on the deleted nodes.

You can select multiple devices to delete at the same time. Additionally, using the search tool above the node list, you can select multiple interfaces on different nodes for simultaneous deletion.

To delete devices from monitoring in the IPAM Web Console:

  1. Log in to the IPAM Web Console as an administrator.
  2. Click Settings in the top right of the web console, and click Manage Nodes in the Node & Group Management grouping of the Orion Website Administration page.
  3. If you want to delete a node and all its applications, interfaces, and volumes from monitoring, complete the following steps.
    1. Locate the node to delete using either of the following methods:
      • Use the search tool above the node list to search your Orion database for the node you want to delete.
      • Select an appropriate Group by: criterion, and click the appropriate group including the node to delete.
    2. Check the node to delete in the list, and click Delete on the toolbar.
  4. If you want to delete a monitored application, interface, or volume, use the following steps.
    1. Locate the element to delete using either of the following methods:
      • Use the search tool above the node list to search your Orion database either for the parent node of the object to delete or for the object itself.
      • Select a Group by: criteria, and click the appropriate group including the parent node of the object to delete.
    2. If you have a list of node results, click + to expand the parent node of the object you want to delete.
    3. Check the object to delete, and click Delete on the toolbar.
  5. Click OK to confirm deletion.
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