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Question on Discovery Scheduler - UCMDB 9.05

UCMDB 9.05 CUP 12.351

DDM Content pack 11.08.802


1: I schedule Host resources and application by wmi job to invoke at 16:00, weekly every Tuesday

2: I choose the timezone equal to the <<Data Flow Probe time zone>>

3: The timezone on all the probes in our environment is GMT.


I saw that the job started at 16:00 (4pm EST) which is my current time zone. But according to the settings it was supposed to start at 16:00 probe time which would be 11am EST.


Please check the screen shots attached and the following bit from the manual.


Time zone: Select the time zone according to which the Probe must schedule jobs.
The default is <<Data Flow Probe Time Zone>>: the Probe uses its own
system-defined time zone. This enables scheduling to take place at different
times in different geographical locations.
For all Probes to start working at the same time, select a specific time zone.
(This assumes that the Probes' system date and time and time zone are
correctly configured.)


I'm not sure where I'm going wrong or if that is a valid bug.

Your help would be appreciated.

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Re: Question on Discovery Scheduler - UCMDB 9.05

HP is not aware of such problem. Please raise the support case. 

I think it worth providing three times - for probe, server and client side.

When you'll raise the case please provide both server and probe logs taken after start of the discovery job.

-Dmitry Gomel, PMP
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