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Can't find Automatic Scheduled BACKUP_DB

Discussion in 'AIX' started by jlvavassori, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. jlvavassori

    jlvavassori New Member

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    Dear friends,
    I'v a TSM 5.5 installation where some processes execute without being scheduled.

    For example: Every day (09:00AM) the system starts a BACKUP_DB and an EXPIRE INVENTORY. Altough there's nothing scheduled on the system (at least as far as I know):

    * Messages from ACTLOG:
    ANR2750I Starting scheduled command BACKUP_DB ( backup db dev=lto3 type=full scratch=yes )
    ANR2017I Administrator ADMIN issued command: BACKUP DB dev=lto3 type=full scratch=yes
    NR0984I Process 24 for DATABASE BACKUP started in the BACKGROUND at 09:01:00
    ...
    NR2750I Starting scheduled command EXPIRATION ( expire inventory ).
    ANR2017I Administrator ADMIN issued command: EXPIRE INVENTORY
    ANR0984I Process 29 for EXPIRE INVENTORY started in the BACKGROUND at 10:00:05.

    * Scheduled activities:
    tsm: TSM>QUERY SCHEDULE
    ANR2034E QUERY SCHEDULE: No match found using this criteria.
    ANS8001I Return code 11.

    As You can see, I don't have anything scheduled but this ghosts are around.
    I'v checked crontab too, and there's nothing related.

    Any suggestion?

    Thanks in advance

    Jar Luiz Vavassori
     
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  3. cjhood

    cjhood Moderator

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    run a "q sched type=admin"

    The backup DB and expiration tasks will be running as administrative schedules rather than client. "q sched" by itself only displays client (backup/archive) schedules.
     
  4. Mita201

    Mita201 Senior Member

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    q schedule type=admin
     

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