I have a Linux gentoo system, which performs a cronjob every day at 3:10 in the morning. However, no file in /etc contains any related information to this particular cronjob, and the result of crontab ...
I have a gentoo Linux system in which I am logged in as root. How can I force crontab to read new/changed files in /etc/cron.d immedeately, so that even a new cronjob is executed if even only seconds ...
After sudo crontab -e (it wrote "/tmp/crontab.XXXX70pN9h" 1L, 19C 1,1 All Then I saved the file. And to check..? (how? i don't know) And to check I ps -e | grep cron 29818 ? ...
First I installed and ran crontab: emerge cron crontab -e In another console, I ran man cron, but this has no examples of how to use crontab. Where can I get examples, and why are there none in the ...