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6.1.0.205 scheduling bug

Post by chimera » Oct 31, 2012 10:14 pm

Hi,

My client is running Veeam 6.1.0.205 (64 bit) and it seems there is a bug with the scheduling. I just set a job to run automatically, "Daily at this time" then, for example, I chose 3:00am and selected "on these days" and selected Sunday only. However in the Jobs list, it shows its "next run" on the (Saturday) the 3rd of November 2012 when it should be showing (Sunday) the 4th of November. In fact, I tried changing it to only run on Monday and it still stayed at the 3rd of November 2012.

I suspect that this *may* have to do with time zones / date formats. When the server was initially built it defaulted to US time zone and date format, eg: mm/dd/yyyy. I have since altered to be NZL and our date format, eg: dd/mm/yyyy (post Veeam install). I'm guessing Veeam maybe thinking that its the 11th of March, rather than the 3rd of November. Looking back at March, I see that the 11th is a Sunday so it would make sense.

I've even restarted the server, but still no difference.

Seems to be a bug. Is this a known issue?

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Re: 6.1.0.205 scheduling bug

Post by dellock6 » Oct 31, 2012 10:20 pm

Check if active full is enabled, it's default isto run on saturday, regardless of the configured schedule.

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Re: 6.1.0.205 scheduling bug

Post by chimera » Oct 31, 2012 10:21 pm

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:lol: I'm so used to running reversed incrementals for clients - but this one is an exception...

My bad. Cheers

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