Many tasks—for instance, volume Snapshot copies—can be configured to run on specified schedules. Schedules that run at specific times are called cron schedules (similar to UNIX cron schedules). Schedules that run at intervals are called interval schedules. You use the job schedule commands to manage job schedules.
Job schedules do not adjust to manual changes to the cluster date and time. These jobs are scheduled to run based on the current cluster time when the job was created or when the job most recently ran. Therefore, if you manually change the cluster date or time, you should use the job show and job history show commands to verify that all scheduled jobs are queued and completed according to your requirements.
If the cluster is part of a MetroCluster configuration, then the job schedules on both clusters must be identical. Therefore, if you create, modify, or delete a job schedule, you must perform the same operation on the remote cluster.
|If you want to...||Use this command...|
|Display information about all schedules||job schedule show|
|Display the list of jobs by schedule||job schedule show-jobs|
|Display information about cron schedules||job schedule cron show|
|Display information about interval schedules||job schedule interval show|
|Create a cron schedule||job schedule cron create|
|Create an interval schedule|| job schedule interval create
You must specify at least one of the following parameters: -days, -hours, -minutes, or -seconds.
|Modify a cron schedule||job schedule cron modify|
|Modify an interval schedule||job schedule interval modify|
|Delete a schedule||job schedule delete|
|Delete a cron schedule||job schedule cron delete|
|Delete an interval schedule||job schedule interval delete|