Batch jobs ran but not showing in backup logs

Posted by anaid on 12-Nov-2014 09:07

I can see from looking at the batch job logs that it ran on 11/05/2014 and 11/10/2014.  Why is it not showing under the backup logs?

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Posted by pvorobie on 12-Nov-2014 11:25

You should see detailed log on backup process in backup.log. Example:

[2014-10-28 13:09:40,044] Started system backup: Sys20141028.zip

[2014-10-28 13:09:40,174] Backup table RB_ACT_TRAIL

[2014-10-28 13:09:40,279] Records processed: 1739

Posted by anaid on 12-Nov-2014 11:37

From the logs job file I see the following:

[2014-11-04 07:01:18,346] Finished: "System Backup" (2401752)

[2014-11-05 07:00:19,689] ==>> Next run for "GDG Daily Backup" scheduled for 11/06/2014 02:00 AM

[2014-11-05 07:00:19,689] Job "GDG Daily Backup" (2401752) placed in the queue.

[2014-11-05 07:00:19,690] Started: "GDG Daily Backup" (2401752)

[2014-11-05 07:00:19,691] Job "System Backup" (2401752) placed in the queue.

[2014-11-05 07:00:20,478] Finished: "GDG Daily Backup" (2401752)

[2014-11-06 06:08:04,319] Started: "System Backup" (2401752)

[2014-11-06 06:08:24,533] Finished: "System Backup" (2401752)

From the backup log, I am seeing the following:

[2014-11-04 07:01:15,255] Backup table RB_WORKFLOW

[2014-11-04 07:01:15,257] Records processed: 190

[2014-11-04 07:01:18,246] Finished system backup

[2014-11-06 06:08:04,342] Started system backup: Sys20141106.zip

[2014-11-06 06:08:04,345] Backup table RB_ACTION

[2014-11-06 06:08:04,350] Records processed: 118

So did it the batch job on 11/05 really ran?

Posted by pvorobie on 12-Nov-2014 12:08

I think so:

Finished: "GDG Daily Backup" (2401752)

You can also check whether actual backup file has been created.

Posted by Orchid Corpin on 05-Dec-2014 12:14
Hi,

Are there any followup questions regarding to this post?
Thank you.

Regards,
Orchid
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