RE: [webalizer] Can't get webalizer to run
- With best regards
> -----Original Message-----Cant find any strange outputs from cron, just seems to run normaly.
> From: Bradford L. Barrett [mailto:brad@...]
> Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 8:52 AM
> To: tomaslarssonse
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [webalizer] Can't get webalizer to run
> > I can only get webalizer to run manually, it refuses to run
> as a cron
> > job. I suspect it's selinux that is the culprit. Anyone
> that has any
> > ideas about this.
> It will run from anywhere, cron included.. however there is a
> HUGE difference between running from the command line and
> from cron, mainly your minimalistic $PATH environment. Did
> you try looking at what the output (from cron) looks like?
> It will tell you whats wrong.
> Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
> A free electron in a sea of neutrons DoD#1750 KD4NAW
> The only thing Micro$oft has done for society, is make people
> believe that computers are inherently unreliable.
The only things I can find is in the auth-log, and that no stats is
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> Cant find any strange outputs from cron, just seems to run normaly.Cron will e-mail the user when whatever is run generates messages. If
you are not getting them, then either you have messages suppressed in
your config file (Quiet and ReallyQuiet keywords), on the command line
that you are using, or via redirection (ie: > /dev/null). Without the
output messages, there is absolutely no way to know what is happening.
The only other possibilites would be that you didn't specify a log
file, so it's waiting for input from STDIN, which doesn't work from cron,
or the program isn't generating anything because there is nothing to
report on (blank log or already processed log in incremental mode).
> The only things I can find is in the auth-log, and that no stats isauthlog?!?!? well, ok, whatever.. what _exactly_ does it say?
Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
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