Windows Scheduled Task
Schedule the script to run at specific interval using the Window Task Scheduler. To begin, open the Task Schedule and select Create Basic Task… from the Actions window.
- Give the task a name and description.
- Specify the Trigger. This is how often you want the script to run. For example: daily, weekly etc.
- Give details about the selected trigger. This is context sensitive to what you picked in the previous window. For example, if you picked daily, then you will have to fill in details such as starting date, time, etc.
- Select the Action. Choose Start a program.
- Give details on the selection.
Program/Script: C:\<Clarify Server Install>\utils\backup_db_execute.bat Add Arguments: You can leave this blank Start in: C:\<Clarify Server Install>\utils (Very Important) NEXT…
- Review and Finish.
Linux Scheduled Task
Schedule the script to run at regular intervals using a Cron job. This requires that the crond service is running. It also requires that you enter the configuration of the job into the crontab file located /etc/crontab.