Operation Window Overview
By default, all operations in the CommCell will run for 24 hours without restriction. However, it may be necessary to prevent operations from running during certain time periods of the day. To accomplish this, you can define operation window rules which disable certain operations from running during the time period you specify. This ensures that unexpected, time consuming operations do not disrupt the availability of network bandwidth, data, or storage resources when they are most needed.
When operation window rules are configured, operations that are started within the time window specified will go to a queued (as opposed to pending) state. After the time window specified in the operation window rule has elapsed, these queued operations resume automatically.
Operation window rules can be defined using the Operation Window at the following levels in the CommCell Browser:
- Client Computer Group
- Backup Set
- Schedule Policy
Time Zone Handling
If the time zone of a client differs from the time zone of the CommServe, then the time zone of the client is honored unless the operation window rule is set at the CommServe level. If the operation window is set at the CommServe level, the time zone of the CommServe level is honored.
For auxiliary copy operations, if an operation window is set at the schedule policy level, the following behavior occurs:
- If scalable resource allocation is enabled, the MediaAgent time zone is honored.
- If scalable resource allocation is disabled, the CommServe time zone is honored.
Last modified: 4/4/2019 7:22:23 PM