Active running jobs will terminate once the local time/date passes into the excluded day.
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If a backup job spans to next day and if exclude date is set for the next day then, when the current day hits midnight the backup job is terminated, and it goes to a failed status.
When the job gets terminated at midnight following error is recorded in the Job log:
Completed status: Canceled, timed out
The job was automatically canceled because it exceeded the job's maximum configured run time.
Click an error below to locate it in the job log
V-79-57344-33861 - The media operation was terminated by the user.
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When an excludes date is added any active running jobs will terminate once the local time/date passes into the excluded day.
The media operation was terminated by the user.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH202286