Re: crontab and "run-parts"
- I'm not sure of the bakground of this one, so please excuse any
> I made a copy of the logrotate file and renamed itI guess you mean some file like "/etc/cron.daily/logrotate". You have
to change the contents in the "logrotate" file too, just the name
will not do. You are just running the same script twice, one under
the "logrotate" name, and one under the "webalizer" name.
The "logrotate" file has instructions inside about running the
logrotate program, which is probably in "/usr/bin/logrotate" or some
other place. The new file called "webalizer" has the exact same
instructions, and it doesn't know that it is supossed to run
The "logrotate" file was a valid script with no errors, so
the "webalizer" file won't either give back any errors.
Try looking at the file content, changing it, downloading some guide
to use "bash" and scripts will help you.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "John B. Moore" <jbm@m...> wrote:
> Not a stupid question..<G>
> Yes it was.. I made a copy of the logrotate file and renamed it
> "webalizer" and made sure it had the exact same permissions as
> logrotate. I checked roots "email" and saw no specific errors from
> cron.. it appears to be running everything as I would expect..
> does not necessarily mean that it is working "right"..<G>)
> Bradford L. Barrett wrote:
> >>I thought I would be clever and place the webalizer "crontab" in a
> >>file in the cron.daily directory and let "run-parts" run it along
> >>the other cron jobs in that directory.. (RedHat9)
> >Stupid question, but is it marked as executable? What output do
> >(from cron and/or command line execution.. usually errors will be
> >back to the user).
> >Bradford L. Barrett brad@m...
> >A free electron in a sea of neutrons DoD#1750 KD4NAW
> >The only thing Micro$oft has done for society, is make people
> >believe that computers are inherently unreliable.