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Is there a way to see all scheduled jobs in bconsol?. You can see the first 30 jobs by executing status dir command in bconsole but how to list all (all nearest). I don't want to see scheduled jobs for all month only all the nearest scheduled jobs.

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From the current bacula console manual:

If you do a status dir, it will by default list the first occurrence of all jobs that are scheduled today and tomorrow. If you wish to see the jobs that are scheduled in the next three days (e.g. on Friday you want to see the first occurrence of what tapes are scheduled to be used on Friday, the weekend, and Monday), you can add the days=3 option. Note, a days=0 shows the first occurrence of jobs scheduled today only. If you have multiple run statements, the first occurrence of each run statement for the job will be displayed for the period specified.

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