DUAS DST: Jobs scheduled to start and end during the virtual time range (between 2:00AM and 2:59:59AM) will go directly in Time Overrun after DST

Document ID : KB000086691
Last Modified Date : 14/04/2018
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Issue:
Error Message :
No error message.

Patch level detected:Dollar Universe 6.0.00
If a job is scheduled to start and end during the virtual time range (between 2:00AM and 2:59:59AM), it will go directly in TimeOverrun at 3:00AM.
Environment:
OS: All
Cause:
Cause type:
By design
Root Cause: This is explained in the document "Daylight Saving Time - A smooth transition to winter or summer time.pdf" attached to this article
Resolution:
Based on the document "Daylight Saving Time - A smooth transition to winter or summer time.pdf", specifically in section "3 General Rules/Behaviors", it is a normal behavior. The following is stated int he mentioned section

- If a job is scheduled to start and end during the virtual time range (between 2:00AM and 2:59:59AM), it will go directly in TimeOverrun at 3:00AM. Whether or not the launch is even created in the first place depends on when the launch is created and various factors: end time of the LW for the previous launch, serial/parallel. Ex: If the scheduled start time is at 2:30AM, it will go directly into TimeOverrun at 3:00AM. If a job that absolutely needs to run falls within the virtual time range, its launch window can be increased by at least one hour manually.

Fix Status: No Fix

Additional Information:
Workaround :
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File Attachments:
DST_Smooth_transition.pdf