Why does CA Scheduler JM predecessor for virtual resource display SATISFIED=NO and the resource has been satisfied?
CA Scheduler JM predecessor for virtual resource status display of SATISFIED=NO will always show before the job starts and after it completes.
The display of SATISFIED=YES will display once the job obtains the resource and only within the time frame that the job owns the resource. Basically, you will only see SATISFIED=YES while the job is running and until it releases the resource.
The VRM "SATISFIED" value should be interpreted as "ownership" where the value of YES or NO depends on the answer to the question: "Does the job currently own the resource?"
As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA Scheduler if you have further questions.