Today existing is a server alert which brings out a message from the time the alert has been set up to the moment the server stops.
Disadvantage: Information of the alert only reaches the user which are online in the timeframe spoken before.
Server Alert should be given out until that moment when the server is available again after restart.
Benefit: During restart every user will be informed which reconnects or try to connect a session for the first time.
Can you let me know what kind off alert (A sample alert) you publish on Integrity server?
Immediate restart cause of ....
=> Usually a restart needs < 5 minutes. But sometimes a restart needs more time if for eg. a coldstart required.
An information via Alert would prevent lot's of user calls telling us that Integrity is unavailable.
Looks like you are expecting the alert being shown to the user even when the server is down?
Ok. The current alert system would wok only when the server is up and running. There is no plan to enhance it and make it work when server is down!!
... and for that reason I raised the idea ...
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