Re: Query regarding cron jobs
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Ankit Mahawar wrote:
I have a file created in /etc/cron.d which has an entry which execute a command at the time interval specified . But due to some reason it is not getting executed and the entry is still there .
Put it in /etc/cron.[hourly|daily|weekly|monthly]
What is the difference between entries in /etc/cron.d and /etc/crontab file .
crontab can be more flexible, and you can decide exactly when it runs. mark
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