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I created a .sh file and it is email.sh

In this email.sh file I have these lines

#!/bin/sh
php /home/username/public_html/Worker.php

Now, I want to make that email.sh as a startup service in the server and this script always in the background of my Centos server.

Can you please help me how to do this?

  • "script always in the background of my Centos server" What does this mean? – Ruban Savvy Dec 23 '13 at 3:52
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To run a script on startup, use the @reboot mechanism in cron. Add this line to /etc/crontab:

@reboot root /usr/local/bin/email.sh &

Make sure the script is in /usr/local/bin. It will run until stopped, so it can stay in the background.

  • When I run that code, I got @reboot: command not found – delphiman Dec 23 '13 at 22:06
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    you shall put it into /etc/crontab – Thorsten Staerk Dec 24 '13 at 0:07

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