We are running Moodle 2.9.1, Debian server.
We have updated our Moodle from 2.6.x to 2.9.1 in July, 2015.
Set Site administration > Courses Backups > Automated backup setup set to run every Sunday, at 3:00 AM. Same settings as in Moodle 2.6 (which was working fine).
We run cron every 30minutes with this command which is written in root crontab:
*/30 * * * * wget -q -O /dev/null 'http://ourmoodleaddress.com/admin/cron.php'
In Site administration > Server > Scheduled tasks > Automated backups we haven't changed anything. Link to screenshot.
Now on Moodle 2.9.1 automated backups is not working. In Site administration > Reports > Backups we see that Next backup is July 12, Sep. 6, etc. In Scheduled tasks > Automated backups it's written: Last run Wednesday, 2 September 2015, 9:58 PM
When we open http://ourmoodleaddress.com/admin/cron.php in browser we see all task beeing made but no information about automated backups. Here is last lines of /admin/cron.php in browser.
Cleaning up old question statistics cache records...done. ... used 6 dbqueries ... used 0.045630216598511 seconds Scheduled task complete: Background processing for question engine Execute scheduled task: Incoming email pickup ... started 11:39:28. Current memory use 75.6MB. Inbound Message not fully configured - exiting early. ... used 0 dbqueries ... used 0.0023539066314697 seconds Scheduled task complete: Incoming email pickup Execute scheduled task: Removes any unnecessary event monitor events ... started 11:39:38. Current memory use 75.8MB. ... used 0 dbqueries ... used 9.608268737793E-5 seconds Scheduled task complete: Removes any unnecessary event monitor events Execute scheduled task: Cleanup old sessions ... started 11:39:48. Current memory use 75.8MB. ... used 81 dbqueries ... used 0.06573486328125 seconds Scheduled task complete: Cleanup old sessions Cron script completed correctly Cron completed at 11:39:58. Memory used 75.8MB. Execution took 182.603961 seconds
Maybe you have idea what may be the problem?
Why there is no information about automated backups in cron.php file?
PS. I'm not saying that this might be Moodle update issue, maybe it may be faulty some courses
Because we have more than 2500 courses.