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Re: pgAdmin not starting my job

From: Rainer Bauer <usenet(at)munnin(dot)com>
To: Dave Page <dpage(at)pgadmin(dot)org>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: pgAdmin not starting my job
Date: 2009-04-28 10:22:48
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Hello Dave,

Sunday, April 26, 2009, 11:14:53 PM, I wrote:

RB> But while doing some further tests, I found the mistake I made. I have
RB> splitted the backup batch file into several batch files. And when I
RB> tested it in the console the CWD was correct. However, when the main
RB> batch file is called from pgAgent the CWD is different and the batch
RB> files called from the main one are not found.

Now it gets really weird: It run only once (although it is scheduled

I cannot even run it manually. If I try to, the "Last run" field does
not get updated, but the "Next run" field is updated with the current
time. However it is never executed, i.e. the "Statistics" tab always
shows the last entry is from 4/26/2009.

The service is running (I have even restarted it), but nothing is
logged in the PostgreSQL log file or the system event log.

So back to the basic question: how can I find out what is going wrong?


PS: Is there any way to see the complete text of the "Output" column
in the steps "Statistics" tab? Since the column is at the rightmost
side of the window, the tooltip window appearing does not show much
information. I have to restore the pgAdminIII window and move it to
the left side of the screen to see at leasy the first line of the log
I know I can view the log in pga_jobsteplog table, but it would be
helpful if the jsloutput content could be displayed in an editor.

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