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Old 11-09-2008, 03:47 AM   #1
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Question /etc/cron.daily/find script

Hi all,

I have read that the locate command database is normally updated only once each day,as documented in the /etc/cron.daily/find script, but i didn't find any find script in /etc/cron.daily/ directory ?

NB: i use ubuntu 8.04.1
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grep updatedb /etc/cron.daily/*

In CentOS it's mlocate.cron


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