Time of execution for SQL Backup Job

The actual execution time for SQL backup job is not matched with my original backup plan. The window regional setting and time is correct. Any idea ?

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AXISHKAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
Is the location where the sql server is and the location from which you accessed it different?
If these are two separate systems (ssms on one system connecting to server?
Compare the timezones.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
No, same location and Window and SQL is installed on the same server, Tks
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arnoldCommented:
It does not make sense.

Could you look at the job history related to that maintenance plan to make sure the schedule for the job was not altered subsequent to its creation using the plan?
I.e. Using the maintenance plan create the job/schedule.
Then using the sql agent/job listing properties the schedule is changed.
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AXISHKAuthor Commented:
The job is created under SQL Maintenance Plan... Also check the SQL Log and it shows that the job is started at 12:53PM. Tks
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arnoldCommented:
In the log/history search, look under the job hierarchy when the job ran.
Then within sql agent\jobs hierarchy check whether the schedule there changed.
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
The backup must be fired from some other process or manually by someone. You can check that in the job history.
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
How many dbs are backed up in that plan?  It's possible something delayed backups or the volume was too high and the 2AM backups continued running for 10+ hours.
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arnoldCommented:
a job scheduled would reflect when it runs and the duration will not alter the start time.
You can trigger a job from another plan others pointed to that options, though you should still have a 2am run, is your maintenance plan schedule for daily or once a month.  The detail is not present in the images.
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