Re: [PBML] Perl & Cron Jobs
- At 06:15 PM 8/31/03 +0200, Jenda wrote:
>What happens if you run the script from the shell?I guess my ISP / Host is having cron-job problems (the website says that
>It waits for you to enter the query doesn't it? Maybe that's what
>happens when you start the script via cron, it just sits there trying
>to read from STDIN, doing nothing.
cron-jobs are updated (to the main job list i guess) every hour..)
I came online a few days ago, & uploaded the test script etc..
& yesterday - the cron job (test script) - sucessfully started, (& is
still) merrily telling me the time - (in the log file) - every minute :)
Yesterday, I logged on, & uploaded my NEW / Correct cron job list..
& came home today & my old/test script is STILL telling me the time..
So Ive sent a message to 'admin' (support dont seem to know..) - Advising
how often cron jobs are updated
I guess nothing to do - but wait..
(anyone got a spare $2.5 million ? - ) - I'll buy my own ADSL / Cable - &
live off the interest - & run my site from home..
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Gordon Stewart <gordon52@s...>
> My cron jobs have ceased to function, for almost a week :-(
> Hi there - Its been over 24 hours since I posted this script to my
> web forum, & ive had no responses (either telling me my script /cron job
> is correct, or if theyre not correct.)into the
> Basically, If I run the script from the browser - It displays ok.
> If I run it as a cron-job, it SHOULD record the same information,
> 1st log file (if any)But its
> If anyone understands cron jobs, & CGI scripts, can they please reply,
> advising that Im correct - or totally blind.
> PS - the directory name /www/g/gorstew/logs/ IS correct..
> Is this script correct ?
> Read carefully & follow instructions.
> in my
> /www/g/gorstew/etc/crontab file I have (ive split it into 3 lines,
> on 1 line) :-I still
> * * * * * /www/g/gorstew/cgi-bin/test/test1.cgi
> ok - The following script (in between the equals line) is my FULL
> the time is now :-
> US Naval Observatory Master Clock Time
> August 29, 13:13:05 UTC
> August 29, 09:13:05 AM E
> August 29, 08:13:05 AM C
> August 29, 07:13:05 AM M
> August 29, 06:13:05 AM P
> August 29, 05:13:05 AM Y
> August 29, 03:13:05 AM A
> Can anyone tell me if Im crazy, Or just plain blind
> I did upload this test yesterday - & found that after a few HOURS -
> had no cron-jobs.I think Jenda's response is probably spot on.
> Can anyone tell me what they think it will do (ESPECIALLY the log files)
> #use strict;
> use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser);
> use CGI 'param';
> use CGI qw/:standard/;
> use CGI::Cookie;
> use lib './';
> #use lib '/www/g/gorstew/cgi-bin/groupmail/';
> print "Content-type: text/html\n\n";
> print "<HTML><BODY>\n";
> print "HELLO THERE MATE - $t\n";
> print "</BODY>\n</HTML>\n";
use CGI 'param';
use CGI qw/:standard/;
use CGI qw/ :standard param -no_debug /;
Why was 'use CGI' on two lines? Doesn't ':standard' include 'param'?
- --- In email@example.com, "Andi Permadi" <andi@a...> wrote:
> Hi All,I really shouldn't respond to this because if you did a bit of looking
> How to create Perl database link to MS-SQL 2000 Server ?
> Thankyou !!!
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