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I have problem with SQL Server 2008 jobs. Jobs are scheduled and run successful, but occassionaly occurs, that a time job doesn't start. No errors in log. No job history. When I disable and enable job again, it runs in scheduled time.

Where is the problem?

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No idea - not enough information to tell. There must be a log somewhere that gives some information; you just haven't found it yet. – duffymo Apr 19 '11 at 11:14

Try to update your SQL server to latest version(all hotfixes), there was some bugs with jobs which was fixed.

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There may be an agent conflict with other systems resources. Try changing the job start time, if possible.

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