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By "SES10g" do you mean SES version 10.1.8.4?1 person found this helpful
You can use the utility "searchadminctl" and pass it a command
schedule -start yourScheduleName
In SES 11.x the utility is renamed "searchadmin" and the syntax is different.
Exactly! Thanks a lot!
Can you please point me how to run without to be asking for admin password(env ADMIN_PWD or something like this)?
I find it - searchadminctl -p $ADMIN_PWD schedule -start <SCHEDULE>
Here's a great blog post by Roger on this topic: https://blogs.oracle.com/searchtech/entry/launching_ses_schedules_from_the_command_line