RESUME SCHEDULES

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The RESUME SCHEDULES statement can be used to resume paused backup schedules. When a schedule is resumed, the next_run will be set to the next TIMESTAMP that conforms to the schedule.

Required privileges

The following users can resume a schedule:

Synopsis

RESUME SCHEDULES <selectclause>
 selectclause: select statement returning schedule IDs to resume.

RESUME SCHEDULE <scheduleID>

Parameters

Parameter Description
selectclause A selection query that returns id(s) to resume.
scheduleID The id of the schedule you want to resume, which can be found with SHOW SCHEDULES.

Examples

Pause a schedule

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> PAUSE SCHEDULE 589963390487363585;
PAUSE SCHEDULES 1

Resume a single schedule

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> RESUME SCHEDULE 589963390487363585;
RESUME SCHEDULES 1

Resume multiple schedules

To resume multiple schedules, nest a SELECT clause that retrieves id(s) inside the RESUME SCHEDULES statement:

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> RESUME SCHEDULES WITH x AS (SHOW SCHEDULES) SELECT id FROM x WHERE label = 'schedule_database';
RESUME SCHEDULES 4

All schedules with the label schedule_database are resumed.

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