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Range Schedules

Range Schedules define a range of available times to execute assigned executables such as Templates and Reports (e.g. every hour at anytime within each hour). Range Schedules support minutes, hourly, daily and weekly.

Example

Consider a Template that has been assigned to 3 websites: www.yourcompany.com, www.CornerBowlSoftware.com and www.OpenServerManager.net. A Range Schedule set to every 15 minutes would result in the following monitor executions:

MonitorSchedule
www.yourcompany.comExecutes at 0:00, 0:15, 0:30 and 0:45
www.CornerBowlSoftware.comExecutes at 0:05, 0:20, 0:35 and 0:50
www.OpenServerManager.netExecutes at 0:10, 0:25, 0:40 and 0:55

To create a new Range Schedule

  • From the Menu Bar select File | New. The Create New Object View displays.
  • Select Schedules. The New Schedule view displays.
  • Use the Name text box to specify a unique name or once you have configured the schedule, click the Auto-Generate Name button to auto-generate a name based on the configured settings (e.g. Every 4 hours).
  • From the Type drop-down select Range.
  • From the Frequency drop-down select one of the following options:
    OptionDescription
    MinutesRuns every X minutes.
    HourlyRuns every X hours.
    DailyRuns every day.
    WeeklyRuns once a week.
    Unlike Fixed Schedules, seconds and monthly frequencies are not supported.
  • Use the Day and time exclusions control to assign exclusion periods. For more information on assigning exclusion periods to hosts see: Host Properties.
  • Finally, click Auto-Generate Name button to auto-generate a name based on the configured schedule settings (e.g. Real-Time Excluding Sunday).

Related Topics

Schedules

Fixed Schedules

Real-Time Schedules

Host Properties