2
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1answer
118 views

Location of crontab job created by non-privileged user

The issue I currently have is someone has created a crontab process to run on a RHEL 5 box, yet has not left me any privileged user information. How can I execute this cron job that was setup to run ...
1
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1answer
269 views

Cannot edit crontab

I'm running RHEL 5.6. I type $ crontab -e and all I see is Killed I am, however, able to edit a file (let's say I call it crontab.in) and then type $ crontab crontab.in $ crontab -l and see ...
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5answers
523 views

cron job schedule

I created a cron job using * */2 * * * schedule. Can anyone tell me what schedule this refers to? I guess it should execute every 2 hours, but it seems to execute every minute.
5
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1answer
442 views

Run script when specific users logout

I need to run my application in screen when specific users are logged out and kill the screen when someone from my user list logged in. So I am thinking about bash script, which will be called ...
3
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2answers
845 views

How to start the cron daemon

I am using RHEL 5.4 I killed the cron daemon accidentally. I wanted to stop a cron task, didn't know how to do it, ended up killing the cron daemon itself. How do I start it again?
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2answers
759 views

using cron to run script

Hey guys, im trying to run a script using cron, im using a crontab created by the user ashtanga, in the crontab i have */5 * * * * /home/custom-django-projects/SiteMonitor/sender.py in top of the ...
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3answers
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Does RHEL execute all cronjob files under /etc/cron.d/*?

This is a RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 system (RHEL). We manage this system using Cfengine. We have several cronjobs which are running twice as often as usual. I checked the cronjobs under /etc/cron.d/ ...