i wrote an ecard script and added 'send at a future date' feature.
this feature is implemented via cron that runs daily at 1200 hours

$> crontab -l looks like:
00 00 * * * wget http://ecard.domain.com/futuresend.php 2&1> /dev/null

it works great but everyday there will be a file being written to my ecard

this file is named futuresend.php.1
the next day there will be another file called futuresend.php.2
so on and so forth.

how do i stop Solaris/Linux from spitting this file out ?


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