what is "m" in m:/home/localhost/www/d5605/periodic/cmd.php
In many sites I have seen
/usr/local/bin/php -q m:/home/localhost/www/d5605/periodic/cmd.php
as in a cronjob.
Can you tell what is "m:" above ?
It looks like Microsoft style drive designation.
A: & B: = First and second floppy
C: = First hard drive
D: through Z: = Other hard drives or removable drives (CD/DVD/USB) or mounted shared drives from another server.
DOS/Windows don't distinguish between uppercase and lowercase so A: and a: are the same as are M: and m:. Linux/UNIX does distinguish.
Given how high the letter is (m:) I'd guess it was a shared filesystem mounted with Samba to the Linux host.
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