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Add time to Sentora Backup Config
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RE: Add time to Sentora Backup Config
I currently still get issues with the daemon failing to run after a few days (winXP) but on another server (WinServer 2008) the backups and daemon seems to be running just fine with the mentioned fixes. Will also test on my Ubuntu 14.04 VM.
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RE: Add time to Sentora Backup Config
Sorry couldn't delete my comment!
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RE: Add time to Sentora Backup Config
For those who are wondering how to control when the next hour, day, week or month daemon run will be; here is a fix that requires the following:
- Knowing phpmyadmin (with root access)
- Unix time to normal time converter (i.e. this)

1. Find your way into the database with phpmyadmin
2. Go to Database "sentora_core"
3. Open table "x_settings"
4. Go to row with "so_id_pk" 39 (Should be that number for the "daemon_day")
5. Use the unix time converter to convert from normal time to unix time.
Whatever date/time you write, it will be that time + 24hours when the Daily Daemon will run.

Example:
You want to tell the database that 17.Des.2015 01:00:00 was the time of when Daily Daemon was last run.
Unix time will be: 1450314000
Then 24hours AFTER that time, the next Daily Daemon will run.

If someone would simplify my explanation; be my guest Smile

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iraqiboy90
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RE: Add time to Sentora Backup Config
(12-18-2015, 10:28 AM)iraqiboy90 Wrote: For those who are wondering how to control when the next hour, day, week or month daemon run will be; here is a fix that requires the following:
- Knowing phpmyadmin (with root access)
- Unix time to normal time converter (i.e. this)

1. Find your way into the database with phpmyadmin
2. Go to Database "sentora_core"
3. Open table "x_settings"
4. Go to row with "so_id_pk" 39 (Should be that number for the "daemon_day")
5. Use the unix time converter to convert from normal time to unix time.
Whatever date/time you write, it will be that time + 24hours when the Daily Daemon will run.

Example:
You want to tell the database that 17.Des.2015 01:00:00 was the time of when Daily Daemon was last run.
Unix time will be: 1450314000
Then 24hours AFTER that time, the next Daily Daemon will run.

If someone would simplify my explanation; be my guest Smile

Regards
iraqiboy90

Does not work! Tryed many test with daily backup enabled but no luck? Sad
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