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Author:  Gopikkd [ 13 Dec 2016 9:55 ]
Post subject:  Batch job

Hi All,

We've a job which is scheduled to execute daily @ 10:00 AM AEST.
But unfortunately the Control-M Server went down @ 09:50 AM AEST and it got recovered back to functional @ 10:30 AM AEST.

In this scenario, the job which is scheduled to execute daily @ 10:00 AM AEST will it run once the Control-M server is up?

or it will wait for time window?

Thanks,
Gopi.

Author:  TanteTom [ 19 Dec 2016 12:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: Batch job

Hi Gopi,
so far I experienced your job will start immediately since the CTLM server is back !
brgds
Tom

Author:  fyot [ 20 Jul 2018 11:02 ]
Post subject:  Re: Batch job

Hi

In fact there is several scenarios
At first, don't forget that a job is executed by the Control-M Agent.
So if you Control-M server is down, your server having the Control-M agent is probably still running.
And because of that command launched too.

When you CTM Server will be back it will resynchronize information with the CTM Agent.
If job is finished, status will be change in CTM Server
If job is still running, status will be as Running mode (yellow)
If job is not started, CTM Server will submit on the CTM Agent the command.

But in that last case, you need to consider two things.
1 - I UNTIL parameter is not empty and earlier than CTM Server time back, the job will not start.
2 - If during CTM Server extinction, time of NDP (New Day Procedure) is due, job could disapear.

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