I want to list files at 12h01. How can I set my crontab to do this? pedro@Pedro-PC:~/PL/trab4$ crontab -l # 01 12 * * * ls -l
Hi when I use the command crontab -e to set up cron, the commands get triggered (according to syslog) but nothing happens. Also if I run sudo crontab -e. The only way to actually get cron working ...
./script &>> log.txt I get a nice logfile, but if I have the same command executed by cron, lets say the crontab looks like this: * * * * * '/home/user/script &>> /home/user/log.txt' ...
I got this funny problem. I have an entry in the in cron like this 50 15 * * * /pmecs/log/lsmon/techsupportscript.sh 2>/pmecs/log/lsmon/cronerror.log Now, from what i know, this is correct ...
I am using crontab on unix shell using putty to connect to unix server unable to use crontab i scheduled crontab at say * * * * * cat > new < new1 doesnt work I works only in home directory of ...
After hearing about various high profile website creators getting stiffed recently after hardware failures on their servers I would like to implement a backup strategy on my websites. I have cPanel ...