I have a specific overnight scheduling scenario that I could use some help with, details for this example are below:
1) Job A runs every day, starting 10 minutes after midnight (12:10 AM)
2) Jobs B, C, and D run every Wednesday and Friday, starting at 9 PM, and run in sequence B > C > D
- Job B runs in 1 hour (9 - 10 PM), job C runs in 1 hour (10 - 11 PM), but job D runs for 3 hours (11 PM to 2 AM next day)
2) Tidal is configured to cut over to the next day's schedule at midnight, meaning on Wednesday and Friday, job D will still be running when the next day's schedule starts
3) If job B is still running from the previous day, I don't want my daily Job (Job A) to start on the next day until Job B from the previous day has finished
If I schedule job A to start every day at 2 AM to avoid this conflict, then every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday I'm wasting 2 hours of our schedule between 12 AM and 2 AM on the days that job D doesn't run.
Is there any way to set up dependencies like this, where my current day's Job A is dependent on the previous day's Job D?
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