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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: Scheduled ManifoldCF jobs
Date Fri, 01 Apr 2016 10:36:22 GMT
Hi Radko,

For computing how MCF does job crawling, it does not care whether the job
is run manually or by schedule.

The issue is likely to be that you changed some other detail about the job
definition that might have affected how documents are indexed.  In that
case, MCF would cause all documents to be recrawled because of that.
Changes to a job's document specification information will cause that to be
the case.


On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 3:40 AM, Najman, Radko <>

> Hello,
> I have a few jobs crawling documents from Documentum. Some of these jobs
> are quite big and the first run of the job takes a few hours or a day to
> finish. Then, when I do a “minimal run” for updates, the job is usually
> done in a few minutes.
> I want to schedule these jobs for daily runs. I’m experiencing that the
> first scheduled run takes the same time as I ran the job for the first time
> manually. It seems it is recrawling all documents. Next scheduled runs are
> fast, a few minutes. Is it expected behaviour? I would expect the first
> scheduled run to be fast too because the job was already finished before by
> manual start. Is there a way how to don’t recrawl all documents in this
> case, it’s really time consuming operation.
> My settings:
> Schedule type: Scan every document once
> Job invocation: Minimal
> Scheduled time: once a day
> Start method: Start when schedule window starts
> Thank you,
> Radko
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