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PostPosted: 24 Apr 2014 6:21 
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We are doing a major upgrade to our databases. To facilitate this we need to suspend all CM Jobs for one day.

Is there a good way, without entering each table, to suspend the new day jobs?

CM v6.4

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PostPosted: 25 Apr 2014 5:51 
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just unset the time in which control-m do the daily refresh.


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PostPosted: 25 Apr 2014 1:52 
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Thanks Carlos, could you point me to where this is done?

I will look in manuals but a quick guide would be nice as we are looking at noon today.

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Hi,

You can ask some one from admin team to suspend the control-m server by ctmsuspend utility
in this case jobs will come into AJF but will not run untill the ctmsuspend utility run again to reinstat the normal processing .

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Chandramani


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Thank you, can we still force jobs to run or will all jobs be prevented from running?

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PostPosted: 01 May 2014 5:13 
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Not sure about v. 6.4

we can do the same using workload management by keeping the Running jobs policy to 0


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PostPosted: 07 Dec 2016 9:41 
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from v8 workload policies
from v9 also PAUSE mode controlM

In v 6.4 (upgrade it) ctmsusped and if have doub test it in a test environment.
You can also if the interval dosent contain NDP: stop all execution manually (hold), wait all is ok and then shut down the ctmserver: when it is started you have all jobs in hold state and can control start.

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