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That is pretty simple and also explained in the man page of the at command The at command mails you all output from standard output and standard error for the scheduled commands, unless you redirect that output. It also writes the job number and the scheduled time to standard error. Same as for cron, simply redirect stdout and stderr to some file ...


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Sorry, this might be very late, but hopefully the next person looking for a solution will find it. The command you're looking for is: /etc/init.d/qbittorrent-nox-daemon start|stop So in /etc/crontab, i'll add the following. I don't want downloads to happen from 6am - 6pm workdays, so just to be sure, i'm giving myself 10 minutes grace, 5:50am it will close ...


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Let's start with the IO scheduler first. There's a IO scheduler per block device. Its job is to schedule (order) the requests that pile up in the device queue. There are three different algorithms currently shipped in the linux kernel: deadline, noop and cfq. cfq is the default, and according to its doc: The CFQ I/O scheduler tries to distribute ...



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