Actually backup should run between 10PM to 07AM. But you can see today's backup ran outside the window timings..
#bperror -jobid 2149704 -U TIME SERVER/CLIENT TEXT 09/12/2007 12:35:15 cscclnmds001.msd.nwwmlsp.net asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net add ed backup job (jobid=2149704) for client asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net, policy PACS_GE_VirtSQL3, schedule Default-Application-Backup part 0 to NetBackup scheduler work queue 09/12/2007 12:36:39 cscclnmds001.msd.nwwmlsp.net asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net sta rted backup job for client asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net, policy PACS_GE_VirtSQL3, schedule Default-Application-Backup on storage unit gemsvsmds001_0_hcart2 09/12/2007 12:36:43 cscclnmds001.msd.nwwmlsp.net asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net cli ent asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net handling path /ASP3DB04.MSSQL7.ASP3SQL3\ASP3SQL3.db.WIRRAL_RBL_ARCH.~.7.0 01of001.20070912123506..C 09/12/2007 12:38:10 gemsvsmds001.msd.nwwmlsp.net asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net beg in writing backup id asp3sql3.pacsge.nwwmlsp.net_1189596999, copy 1, fragment 1, to media id MV0108 on drive index 0
Someone please shed some light on this. Thanks in advance!!
Any chance this backup is being initiated from your client instead of your Master server? My only experience with the Default-Application-Backup schedule was with a client that had an Oracle agent installed. That was the schedule name used for the DBA initiated backups.