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Old 12-11-2009, 04:38 PM   #16
ExWizzard
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I did have a problem that the foo file was resetting to some early date but i just put that to cron aswell and its working now as i see it , no glitches yet.

*/2 * * * * touch -t 209712312359.59 /tmp/foo
*/3 * * * * find /path -newer /tmp/foo -exec touch {} \;

If you think it would work better in a script i could to that as well.

Off to another issue

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