System::Daily should not start running if there is any backup job already running.

Esteban Fonseca shared this idea 2 months ago
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System::Daily and any other System job that triggers pre and post hooks should start running if there is any backup job already running.

Backup jobs overlapping with System::Daily: the latter is triggering the Backup Post which umount the backup file system. When this happens, the backup job store files on the local drive until it reaches 95% and abort.

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Hi,


The daily process performs extremely important tasks to ensure system integrity (such as Disaster recovery backups, cleanups, GDPR ext... ).

In some servers the backup job is running over 24h, so by your request, the daily process will never run.


Anyway, it's not recommended but you can stop the daily cron run via the Pre Daily Cron Hook.

Regards,

Ofir, JetApps.