The TSM scheduler is normally installed automatically with the HFS TSM
client software for the Mac. Before following the instructions below, please verify via our page on
checking the TSM scheduler on the Mac
that you do not
already have a TSM scheduler, because two or more schedulers running on one machine will cause confusion, and may
paradoxically cause backups to be deleted prematurely and/or cause
any subsequent installation and update of the HFS TSM software to fail.
If you are certain that you do not already have a TSM scheduler already installed, it
will probably be because of one of the following:
TSM was hand-configured on your machine, rather than set up with the HFS TSM installer.
The existing TSM scheduler was removed from your machine.
You are using the VPN-based backup service, for which there are no schedules.
Run > .
Select and click
message will be displayed:
OK. You will be asked for your local administrator password.
You should then see a confirmatory message reporting that the TSM scheduler has started:
OK. You have
now finished setting up the TSM scheduler service and it should now start to run.
This can be checked as described in our page on
checking the TSM scheduler on the Mac.