To my surprise a trial of using crontab and rsync for backups of some test files, that I started last December (2015), is still running although, in the only crontab file I have, the only line is
#55 20 * * * /home/Harry/testrsync/trial_bak.sh
which is, or should be, commented out by the # added when I thought I had ended the trial after a couple of weeks.
My question is Why is it still being executed? Or is there any other way this line (without the #) could be executed?
The backups are made daily at 20-55 and only the last four are kept, this is still going on exactly as the crontab entry and trial_bak.sh script defines it.
I am using zshell and Fedora 20, this is part of my preparation to update to the latest Fedora.
Thanks to all who responded. Following @Marki555's answer I found that I have a
/etc/cron.daily directory that contains the script that does the daily backup, so the entry in crontab is indeed commented out and is not actuated.