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Clearing CMS 30 day cmsadm/system backup message by telcoguy
Posted: 1 Oct 04

CMS has the annoying habbit of giving every user that log's in, the message that the CMSADM backup has not run for 30 days, rather then sending it to the administrator only,when this has not run.
This often results in unneeded helpdesk calls from users.
To get rid of the message log into CMS as root and then enter the following:

# cd /cms/install/logdir
# touch backup.success

This resets the time stamp on the backup.success file, and will get rid of the messages,until it's really time to do the system backup.

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