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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Ruby script to create recurring maintenance windows in PagerDuty
#
# Copyright (c) 2012, PagerDuty, Inc. <info@pagerduty.com>
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# Tested with Ruby 1.9.3
# Requires rubygems (Ruby 1.9.3 comes with Rubygems)
# Just run the following from a terminal to install the necessary gems
#
# sudo gem install json
# sudo gem install faraday
# sudo gem install active_support
#
require 'rubygems'
require 'active_support/core_ext'
require 'faraday'
require 'json'
DATE_FORMAT = "%FT%T:%z"
class PagerDutyAgent
def initialize(options = {})
@options = options
@connection = Faraday.new(:url => "https://#{options[:subdomain]}.pagerduty.com",
:ssl => {:verify => false}) do |c|
c.request :url_encoded
c.response :logger
c.adapter :net_http
end
end
# E.g. post("/api/v1/maintenance_windows", )
def post(url, body = {}, headers = {})
@connection.post do |req|
req.url(url)
req.headers['Content-Type'] = 'application/json'
req.headers['Authorization'] = "Token token=#{@options[:token]}"
puts JSON.generate(body)
req.body = JSON.generate(body)
end
end
end
pd = PagerDutyAgent.new(:subdomain => "SUBDOMAIN", :token => "YOUR-API-TOKEN")
# User id (the user that is putting the service in maintenance mode)
requester_id = "YOUR-USER-ID"
# List of services that are part of this maintenance
service_ids = ["P1007W0"]
maintenance_start_time = Time.utc(2012, 11, 17, 12, 30).localtime("-08:00")
maintenance_end_time = maintenance_start_time + 2.hours
# Recur this maintenance window for the next 20 weeks
20.times do
pd.post("/api/v1/maintenance_windows",
{ "maintenance_window" => {
"start_time" => maintenance_start_time.strftime(DATE_FORMAT),
"end_time" => maintenance_end_time.strftime(DATE_FORMAT),
"description" => "Weekly maintenance",
"service_ids" => service_ids
},
"requester_id" => requester_id
})
maintenance_start_time = maintenance_start_time + 1.week
maintenance_end_time = maintenance_start_time + 2.hours
end
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@jpierson83301 jpierson83301 commented Jul 13, 2015

This is a required feature for this type of service.

Requiring a paying customer to use an API to setup a basic feature like this is like requiring a smartphone to operate your microwave.

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@BenLiyanage BenLiyanage commented Mar 21, 2016

@jpierson83301 I think there is also UI for this. Personally I find this useful for programmatically creating a maintenance window--that said where is the documentation for the API? I didn't see it in the blog post that got me here either.

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