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Understanding FMS event log

Question asked by ignasi on Aug 25, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 30, 2018 by beverly

Today in my FMS 17 event.log I find this:

2018-08-24 21:06:31.487 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "FMS" scheduled for 08/25/2018 12:00 AM.
2018-08-24 21:06:31.496 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "rsync backup file" scheduled for 08/24/2018 11:30 PM.
2018-08-24 21:06:31.497 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "backup data" scheduled for 08/24/2018 11:10 PM.


2018-08-24 21:58:36.871 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "FMS" scheduled for 08/25/2018 12:00 AM.
2018-08-24 21:58:36.942 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "rsync backup file" scheduled for 08/24/2018 11:30 PM.
2018-08-24 21:58:36.947 +0200 Information 126 myServer Schedule "backup data" scheduled for 08/24/2018 11:10 PM.


2018-08-25 00:02:00.805 +0200 Information 148 myServer Schedule "FMS" running.
2018-08-25 00:02:00.883 +0200 Information 148 myServer Schedule "rsync backup file" running.
2018-08-25 00:02:00.905 +0200 Information 148 myServer Schedule "backup data" running.

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My questions:

  1. What is that schedule named "FMS"? I can't see it in the Console, I didn't set it up and I think it just exists after I upgraded to FMS17.
  2. Why FMS needs to schedule over and over (at 21:06 and 21:58) the same tasks? is this necessary?
  3. What happened between 21:58:36 and 00:02:00? why my schedules didn't run at the right time? how can I find the reason? I couldn't see anything relevant in any of the other .log files
  4. Is it normal that schedules run later than the scheduled time? can I prevent this? or at least can I set up a warning message from FMS?
  5. I can't understand messages like "Information 126" or "Information 148" but so far I haven't been able to find out about them on FMS online help

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