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HP 5830 Series Configuration Manual: Scheduling A Job By Using The Non-modular Method; Scheduling A Job By Using The Modular Method

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Every job can have only one view and up to 10 commands. If you specify multiple views, the
one specified last takes effect.
Enter a view name in its complete form. Most commonly used view names include monitor for
user view, system for system view, GigabitEthernet
Vlan-interface
The time ID (time-id) must be unique in a job. If two time and command bindings have the same
time ID, the one configured last takes effect.

Scheduling a job by using the non-modular method

To schedule a job, execute one of the following commands in user view:
Task
Schedule a job.

Scheduling a job by using the modular method

To configure a scheduled job:
Step
1.
Enter system view.
2.
Create a job and enter
job view.
3.
Specify the view in which
the commands in the job
run.
x
for VLAN interface view.
Command
Schedule a job to run a
command at a specific time:
schedule job at time [ date ]
view view command
Schedule a job to run a
command after a delay:
schedule job delay time view
view command
Command
system-view
job job-name
view view-name
129
x/x/x
for Ethernet interface view, and
Remarks
Use either command.
NOTE:
If you execute the schedule job
command multiple times, the
most recent configuration takes
effect.
Changing any clock setting can
cancel the job set by using the
schedule job command.
Remarks
N/A
N/A
You can specify only one view for
a job. The job executes all
commands in the specified view.

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