BARS 4.0(10) - adding of registrey key named "Range"
from the release notes of BARS 4.0(10):
BARS Scheduler Enhancement
Enhancements to the time-matching mechanism of the BARS scheduler address the intermittent failures of the scheduler kick-off process when higher priority jobs are in progress.
In previous versions of BARS, the scheduler matched the time of the scheduled process with the time in the system registry to determine when to kick off the process. However, if the BARS scheduler did not get enough CPU time at the scheduled time due to high CPU usage, the time values no longer matched, and the backup did not begin.
This release adds a new registry key named Range, which allows the scheduler to compare the scheduled time against a specified time range (the scheduled time plus the value of Range). By default, Range is set to 1, and you can increase it for high-usage CPU servers.
Is this value in terms of seconds,minutes,hours?
Does someone has an idea here? I can't find the administration guide yet,maybe it will be mentioned in there.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.