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Suspend or Resume Automation for a Process

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Overview

You can suspend Automation’s control over a MongoDB process so that you can shut down the process for manual maintenance, without Automation starting the process back up again. Automation ignores the process until you return control.

When you resume Automation for a process, Cloud Manager applies any changes that occurred while Automation was suspended.

If you wish to permanently remove a process from automation, see: Stop Managing and/or Monitoring One Deployment.

Procedures

Suspend Automation for a Process

1

Click Deployment, then the Processes tab, then the Topology view.

2

Click the name of the deployment that contains the process that you want to shut down. Cloud Manager opens the deployment Overview.

3

Click the Actions dropdown for the process that you want to shut down.

4

Click Suspend.

5

Click Suspend Automation to confirm.

6

At the top of the deployment Overview, click Review & Deploy

7

Click Confirm and Deploy.

Resume Automation for a Process

1

Click Deployment, then the Processes tab, then the Topology view.

2

Click the name of the deployment that contains the process that you want to shut down. Cloud Manager opens the deployment Overview.

3

Click the Actions dropdown for the process that you want to shutdown.

4

Click Resume.

5

Click Confirm.

6

At the top of the deployment Overview, click Review & Deploy

7

Click Confirm and Deploy.