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[9.0.0] Disabled Jobs dont show in log, "run"-Command nor in Job table

Posted by Uwe Schuerkamp 
Hi folks,

I have a few jobs that I run manually from time to time and so I've
set them to "Enabled = False" in their job definition.

It seems that as of 9.0.0, running these jobs no longer shows up in
bacula's log nor in the Job table. Also, they're not listed in the job
list anymore when I simply type "run", however when I type

run job="<disabled job name>"

they're still recognized.

Everything worked fine in 7.4.4, is this a bug or a feature?

All the best & TIA,

Uwe

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Re: [9.0.0] Disabled Jobs dont show in log, "run"-Command nor in Job table
July 20, 2017 09:00AM
This is a feature that was requested by users.

Jobs that are disabled are no longer listed in the list of jobs
available to be run. If you manually run a disabled job, it will still
run.

Best regards,

Kern


On 07/20/2017 03:40 PM, Uwe Schuerkamp wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> I have a few jobs that I run manually from time to time and so I've
> set them to "Enabled = False" in their job definition.
>
> It seems that as of 9.0.0, running these jobs no longer shows up in
> bacula's log nor in the Job table. Also, they're not listed in the job
> list anymore when I simply type "run", however when I type
>
> run job="<disabled job name>"
>
> they're still recognized.
>
> Everything worked fine in 7.4.4, is this a bug or a feature?
>
> All the best & TIA,
>
> Uwe
>


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