Per the subject line, what controls the time of the running of scripts located in the /etc/cron.[daily|weekly|hourly] directories?Specifically with CentOS 6.* Ive noticed that scripts in /etc/cron.daily and /etc/cron.weekly run at different times..
After updating SpamBayes I have no spam filtering at all. The nightly retrain event also fails with complaints about invalid syntax in: File /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/lockfile-0.9.1-y2.4.egg/lockfile/linkl..
Yesterday I had one of my scientists kill one of my servers when his program ran amok and gobbled up all the memory, or forked too many processes, or Im just not exactly sure what to be honest.Is there something I can run manually in cron to look ..
We encountered a problem with respect to KVM virtual host restore and NTP. Specifically, our VM test host was shutdown by an extended power outage and when power returned all of the restored guests were immediately shutdown by ntp because the t..
all,CentOs has choosen anacron as default cron daemon. I did not look further about the reasons, I think there are some good reasons.I want to create a minute based set of scripts. No much precision required, once a minute more or less 20 sec is OK.Us..