This document describes how to configure the scheduler on Cisco NX-OS devices.
Make sure that you meet these requirements before you attempt this configuration.
Have a basic knowledge of configuration on Nexus 7000 Series Switches.
Have a basic understanding of scheduler.
The information in this document is based on the Nexus 7000 Series NX-OS devices, started with a cleared (default) configuration. Before using this configuration make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
The scheduler defines a job and its schedule (timetable). A job is a routine task or tasks defined as a command list and completed according to a specified schedule which is the timetable for completing a job.
There are two types of mode in schedule,
Periodic mode - A recurring interval that continues until you delete the job
One-time mode - Job is completed only once at a specified time.
The scheduler allows you to maintain the activities such as;
Quality of Service policy changes
Saving a configuration
N7K(config)# scheduler job name dixho-job3 N7K(config-job)# cli var name timestamp $(TIMESTAMP) ;copy start bootflash:/dixho2 N7K(config-job)# exit
N7K(config)# scheduler schedule name dixho-sch1 N7K(config-schedule)# job name dixho-job3 N7K(config-schedule)# time start now repeat 60
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