On Thu, 28 Dec 2006, steve wrote:

It has been a long time since I've had to post for help, so forgive me if this question is misplaced or stupid. I have a freebsd server running at home now for years with no problems. Over the years it has been rebooted a few times either on purpose or do to things like power failures. It has always started up without problems. On the 12/27 I shut down the server so I could physically clean the server (was getting kinda gross with dust balls and stuff). It started up no problems but rather curiously the cron service does not seem to be processing any jobs now. I am not sure where to go about figuring out what the problem is or how to fix it. I would greatly appreciate any help or guidance from people here on this issue. Steve
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You can use the ps command to find out if cron is running:

ps aux | grep cron

It should show you "/usr/sbin/cron"

cron is started with defaults in /etc/defaults/rc.conf as modified by

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