Locating the task schedule ID
Download the following script to a safe location on the Backup Manager.
Extract the script from the tar.gz
tar -zxvf delete-task-by-id-v5.tar.gz
Locate the IDs for the schedule(s) being removed.
Access the schedule list from the SBM at the URL below:
Sort the list by Name and locate the entries similar to the following:
Disk Safe Verification (or Merge) Schedule for SERVER (where SERVER is the name of the policy)
Copy the IDs that correspond to Merge or Verification tasks that match the deleted policy.
Stop the cdp-server service:
/etc/init.d/cdp-server stop or service cdp-server stop
Removing the schedule by ID
Execute the script for each ID, using the format and example below:
<path.to.script> <installation.directory> <path.to.r1soft.data.directory> <ID.of.task>
./delete-task-by-task-id.sh /usr/sbin/r1soft /usr/sbin/r1soft/data 02d444da-41a5-4730-b691-6e3327bde24d
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