There are multiple options - with cron - to start your script at a specific time, but is one more secure over the other?
My question is simple:
What's the difference between adding scripts in the
/etc/cron.daily/or editing in your script in
What I'm worried about is that other users are able to see the content. I want to make sure that nobody but root can view the crontab, whether it be in the
/etc/cron.daily/ or the user's crontab.
Are other users able to see what's in
/etc/cron.daily/ or the crontab, which you can see with
I'm always logged as root in a particular server. I just need to know who/what/when about crons, so that I can choose wisely when implementinig cron jobs.
I'm using CentOS 6.6.