>> "ParazaR" <parazarnowhere.com> wrote in message
>>> I use MySQL Administrator for MySQL database backup but if the manual
>>> backup it's ok, the sheduler backup does't work. There are no warning
>>> message and the sheduled task are ok !
>>> Have you idear ?
> Okay, I've tried it myself on Windows XP (I'll assume you're on Windows
> I saw that the job failed to run at the time I specified, with no obvious
> log information.
> I found How to Troubleshoot Scheduled Tasks in Windows XP:
> Note it tells you to look at C:\Windows\Sschedlgu.txt, which is a text log
> file for the Windows Scheduler. Reading that file on my system, I see the
> "Test.job" (MySQLAdministrator.exe) 12/19/2005 11:00:00 AM ** ERROR **
> The attempt to retrieve account information for the specified task failed;
> therefore, the task did not run. Either an error occurred, or no account
> information existed for the task.
> The specific error is:
> 0x8004130f: No account information could be found in the Task Scheduler
> security database for the task indicated.
> Googling for the error message in the last line of that log, I found this
> Microsoft support page:
> The cause is apparently a "regression" (i.e. a bug) introduced by Windows
> XP SP2. It sounds like they tried to resolve a security vulnerability in
> Task Scheduler, and succeeded in breaking it further!
> They give some workarounds in that support article. I'm using XP Pro SP2,
> so I tried to follow the workaround instructions on my system, but so far
> it has not succeeded in producing a scheduled backup.
> Has anyone else have any luck getting MySQL Backup scheduling to work on
> XP SP2?
> Bill K.