2009/5/24 GT <catch....@marketmentat.com>: > Late entry to this thread, but... > > I thought I had found an answer to this; at present I think I might have > been mistaken. > > My crontab has about a dozen jobs that need to run in > TZ=America/New_York, and another dozen that ideally want > TZ=Australia/Sydney... the server default is America/Chicago.
[snip] > TZ=Australia/Sydney > * 13 * * * date >> /home/mysite/public_html/tmp/log.txt 2>&1 > > cron will NOT run the script... I bet it will wait until 13:00 CHICAGO > time. > > I have a feeling that I am missing something relatively simple - at > which point my dream of a super-cron will be realised and the stupidity > of DST can be ignored (as it ought to be... ). I also bet that someone > else has worked this out already, somewhere in the internets tubes... > but i have been unable to find it. I don't think the regular cron works like that. Check out ports/sysutils/fcron (man 5 fcrontab .. OPTIONS .. timezone ..). -- (nil) _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"