Tasks doesn't start start by scheduled time after an update

gvm-10

#1

CentOS 7.6 & gvmd & atomic repo it’s work.

Trouble and news:
Task doesn’t start by scheduled time. Possible reason: I setup local Europe/Moscow time. May be…
I don’t see html reporting. Can I add it and how?


OpenVAS 9.0.1 Update to 9.0.3 [Centos]
#3

As your question was completely unrelated to the initial thread you had posted this question i have split both posts off from that thread.


#4

I can’t find any document about GVM over CentOS7.6 up to date.

I write a little bit

It’s only help and information to other users of GVM (openvas)

You ve removed it. Ok


#5

Schedules and time zones are sometimes difficult to debug.
I’d suggest to switch the GSA to UTC and try to create a new schedule. Only if this works as intended, try changing the timezone of the gsa.


#6

I try to change timezone back to UTC with a wrong (empty) password.
I don’t see Timezone changes over GVM web (but can see the changes in log file /var/log/gvmd.log

After TZ changes:
I try to clone task but i don’s see it.
I hope I’ll see it after 3 hours.


#7

Clone tasks appeared after some delay,