runDailyMaintenance

Starts the daily service maintenance process right away instead of waiting for the scheduled daily maintenance window.

This command enables you to force the creation of a backup snapshot and to update your environment. Before running this command, ensure that no one is using the environment. Daily maintenance schedule is not affected by this command. You use this command if you do not want to wait for the next maintenance window for changes to the environment to take effect, for example, after applying a one-off patch.

Applies to

Planning, Planning Modules, Financial Consolidation and Close, Tax Reporting, Account Reconciliation, Profitability and Cost Management, Oracle Enterprise Data Management Cloud, Narrative Reporting, Oracle Sales Planning Cloud, and Oracle Strategic Workforce Planning Cloud.

Usage

epmautomate runDailyMaintenance [skipNext=true|false] [-f] where:
  • skipNext, optionally, indicates whether to skip the next occurrence of the daily maintenance process. Default is false.
  • -f, optionally, indicates whether to force start the maintenance process without user confirmation. If you do not use the -f option, EPM Automate prompts you to confirm your action.

Examples

  • To force start an off cycle daily maintenance without skipping next scheduled maintenance: epmautomate runDailyMaintenance -f

  • To force start an off cycle daily maintenance and skip the next scheduled maintenance: epmautomate runDailyMaintenance skipNext=true -f

  • To start an off cycle daily maintenance and skip the next scheduled maintenance: epmautomate runDailyMaintenance skipNext=true