plan_name The plan name. The default is the current value.
host The host to store backups on. Accepts a search query that identifies hosts. The search query can be a list of host names
or IDs separated by semicolons (;), or a full search. An appropriate host is selected from this list and the backup is stored
there. The default is the current value.
full_schedule The schedule for full backups. The default is the current value.
incremental_schedule The schedule for incremental backups. The default is the current value.
min_backups_to_keep The minimum number of full backups that should be kept when expired backups are deleted. The default is the current value.
min_days_to_keep The minimum number of days that full backups should be kept before they can be deleted. The default is the current value.
failed_backups_before_alert The number of failed backups within the most recent group before an alert is issued. The default is the current value.
failed_backup_group_size The minimum number of recent backups in which we look for failed backups. The default is the current value.
object_etag Internal use only. The default is NULL.
object_updated The last time the object was modified. If provided, the task fails if the object has changed since the specified time. The
default is NULL.
This task alters an existing maintenance plan. However, you cannot alter the two system-defined maintenance plans.
full_schedule and incremental_schedule These parameters accept an XML string containing the schedule information. The XML string must be specified as follows and
must include one or more of the listed XML elements:
object_updated To ensure that you are not over-writing another user's changes, run dbcloudcmd -v describe task to get the time the object was last modified. Specify this value as the object_updated parameter. If the cloud has been altered
since the specified time, the task fails with an error. If this occurs, run the task again after re-running dbcloudcmd -v describe task.
Start time. Format may vary depending on command shell being used.
Start date. Format may vary depending on command shell being used.
<interval frequency="xx" units="yy"/>
Frequency of event. xx is an integer and yy is one of "HOURS", "MINUTES", or "SECONDS".
Day of the week. xx is a string as in "Sunday" or "Monday", etc.
Day of the month. xx is an integer between 0 and 31, with 0 being the last day of the month.