Red Hat Linux 5

Crontab
The 1 task set
Crontab -e [command]
Date > /home/mydate
2 each for a period of time to execute a command hope every 2:00 implementation
Crontab -e
0 2 * * * date >>/home/Mydat2 (* * * * minutes hours * week)
* * * * * Hope the executed command
0 minutes ~59
Hours 023
The date 131
On 112
Week 06
Years
How to schedule tasks
1 in the crontab -e direct write
***** date >>/home/mydate2
***** cp /home/mydate2/root
2 can put any written to an executable file (shell programming)

VI mytask.sh
Date >> /home/mydate 3
Cp /home/mydate3 /root
How to add permissions
Chmod 744 mytask.sh
How to stop
Crontab -r
Crontab - l

Started by Edith at November 12, 2016 - 8:26 PM

To receive.

Posted by Beata at November 15, 2016 - 8:56 PM

I generally use the Crontab command to back up, , ,
Fill in the script text to execute behind Crontab -e time content (full path).

Posted by Ingemar at November 24, 2016 - 9:35 PM

Task planning, collection, ha ha

Posted by Karen at December 02, 2016 - 10:18 PM