If you upgrade Commander, a database maintenance task is scheduled to run once on the Saturday following the upgrade, at 2:00 a.m. This task creates database indexes which speed up cloud account reconnection and Commander service restart. Once the scheduled task has run successfully, it's automatically deleted. It's not possible to delete this task manually.
This scheduled task doesn't exist in a fresh installation of Commander because the indexes are created during installation.
Commander performance may be impacted while the database maintenance task runs. If the default schedule isn't suitable for your environment, you can change the time when this scheduled task runs.
Tools > Scheduled Tasks
All Access Rights Levels
Superuser and Enterprise Admin can Disable or Override Schedule
- On the Scheduled Tasks page, select the Database Maintenance task type and click Edit.
- In the Configure Scheduled Task dialog, change the schedule, then click Next.
- On the Summary page, click Finish.