On Feb 25, 2008, at 1:18 PM, Shawn Barnhart wrote:
I wrote a shell script to email me the output of ntpdc -p and put it in my crontab.

It works for a week, and at some point over the weekend my script loses its executable permissions for me (user) but not for group or other.

Is there a FreeBSD periodic job that runs periodically and removes executable permissions? I'm pretty sure I didn't make it SUID. It was rwxr-xr-x and there are other scripts in the same directory rwxr--r-- that don't lose their permissions.

There's nothing which comes with FreeBSD which would make such a change in permissions. Check whether your other cron jobs or anything customized with the periodic scripts are doing stuff you don't expect. :-)


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