Rodrigo G. Tavares de Souza wrote:
Do I have to start something to crontab works?
# MIN HOUR DAY/MONTH MONTH DAY/WEEK USER COMMAND
59 23 * * * root
0 0 * * 0 squid
"/usr/local/etc/sbin/squid -k rotate"
It should generate a report every day, and clear the log file every
week, but it isn't hapaning!
What do I suppose to do?
I checked my crontabs and I don't have double quotes around the
path/script name. You could try to remove them.
Do the scripts work if you run them from the command line?
To check if cron is running, issue this command:
ps auwx | grep cron
The output should look something like this:
root 421 0.0 0.2 1312 896 ?? Is 8Mar06 0:05.41
If cron isn't running, try this:
Hope this helps,
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