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gopi_20us 02-26-2002 08:08 AM

How to schedule unix script periodically from unix os level???
 
Hi all,

How to run the unix script periodically from unix os level???Any kind of help will be apprecated.

Thanks in advance.
Gopi.

acid_kewpie 02-26-2002 08:12 AM

you need cron. read the man page for it.

rajani 03-11-2002 06:45 AM

Use crond
 
Hi Boss...
There is a tool called cron daemon which is like a scheduler in Windows. Here u can use hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly schedules. the folder is in /etc/cron.d. What distribution u r having? If it is 7.2 u may get more folder like cron.daily, cron.hourly, etc. Try it your self...
If u fails... we'll do it for u..
Bye
Sathish


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