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cron job not working

It is little weird now that cron job is not working as i have set. I have set weekly job to send email but i am receiving multiple emails daily. Below is my code; # sends email every monday at 4:00 ...
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What might cause cron jobs to occasionally not run or complete?

In my crontab, I have set MAILTO and a bunch of cron jobs (5-10 jobs). These cron jobs usually run fine and I get emails for them. Most of these jobs consistently run as expected. Emails and ...
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Auto backup a directory to ftp server with separate files

I have 2 Ubuntu servers (Master and Mirror) and want to use cronjob to auto backup from specific directory. I read this. It is OK but not matched my task. Description my task: Work as real mirror, ...
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Cron Job Command To Delete 0 Byte Files

I need to have a Cron Job, that when it runs automatically deletes all of the files inside of a folder that are exactly 0 bytes. The script I am using allows users to enter their username so it ...
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Mac Crontab Deleted

I was messing around with creating cron jobs and somehow I wound up deleting crontab out of /usr/bin. Does anyone know of a way that I can recover it without having to re-install multiple components ...
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Enabling crontab logging on openSUSE

I am trying to enable the crontab log on openSUSE 11.3. I searched the web but couldn't find how to do it. I only find information about Ubuntu. Tried editing the /etc/rsyslog.d/remote.conf file but I ...
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CronJob for asterisk queue to reset + FreePBX

I am having problems with this script...It doesn't seem to work. Note: It sends email just fine. #!/bin/bash #Reset the queue every morning at 5:00AM PST #v 1.1 changed email #Email alert that ...
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Why does cron task run twice?

I have a task that should run each day in Ubuntu10.04. So I use crontab and copy the scripts of the task to the directory /etc/cron.daily. Here is the my crontab: # /etc/crontab: system-wide crontab ...
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not to run quartz job particular period (example between 3 am to 5 am)

I want to run my quartz job between 5 am to next day morning 3 am (not to run between 3 am to 5 am) Can any one quartz expression for this?
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CronJob doesnt seem to be executing my SH script

SH script does has permission. (Chmod +x) Timezone on the server is set correctly. So, for some reason it seems as if my cronjob I have setup is not running my SH script. I think it had something to ...
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cPanel/WHM - Assign cron jobs to specific account package automatically

I would like to know if it's possible to, when creating an account in a specific package, automatically assign cron jobs to run in it. Example: I've created the account "example", wich is in package ...
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Calling gerrit gc from a cronjob

We are running a gerrit review server with quite a lot of projects. Instead of having a job recurse through all the projects' git repositories and call git gc I would prefer to call gerrit's inbuilt ...
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PERL executable size getting reduced automatically after few days

On one of my RHEL 5 machine, there is one PERL executable which runs under cronjob at frequent intervals of time. The strange thing observed is PERL executable size is getting reduced automatically ...
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Issue in running cron jobs in RHEL5

When I try to run cron jobs from root, I am getting the following error. I am using RHEL5. Can anyone help me? [root@localhost]# crontab -e Permission denied You (root) are not allowed to ...
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This weird behaviour from cronjob

I have set the crontab like this: */5 0 * * * /www/permitChat.sh and the /www/permitChat.sh is this: # We are setting the name of file # in the variable along with complete path. sFilePath=`date ...