I have read below in above link.
IS below correct?
One thing many folks haven't mentioned here: running nbpemreq -suspend_scheduling, also terminates bprd.
So to summarize:
"when i terminate bprd,will my schedule backup will run?"
I'm not answering that, as the answer is already explained in the forum, and you need to try these things and find out for yourself, thats what the rest of us have to do.
If you have a real issue with bprd not terminating, I will show you how to investigate.
In the bprd log, when you run bprdreq -terminate you should see lines like these :
12:06:51.356  <2> bprd: socket fd from accept() is 10
It depends on whether the backup is kicked off manually or automatically by the scheduler.
All manual requests are sent to bprd first. From there to nbpem.
Automatically scheduled jobs are started by nbpem,
Please help me in this.I have searched a lot
@Martin:I just wanna know bprd terminate will terminate my pem?
You know what Chris Z has said about 'what if' questions - he has asked that we stop answering them.
I thoughht with you first post you actually had a real question, then I explain how to investigate this and the post than diverts into exam type questions.
If you have a real issue, you can run the commands on your system and see if there nbpem process stops, or you can look at the info you found.
The answer is in the post above:
If you have a command called bprdreq, do you seriously think this is going to stop a process with a different name ?
OK, now, seeing that the previous information shows that after running bprdreq scheduled jobs will still run ...
You know what process is responsible for running scheduled jobs, therefore, if scheduled jobs still run, you know if that process must be running or not - and hence the answer.
Doesn't count ...
nbpemreq -suspend_scheduling doesn't stop any processes ... It stops nbpem and bprd from processing, but does not actually stop the process.
nbpem and bprd will still be running.