Post by Grey Clo » Fri, 31 Oct 1997 04:00:00

On 30 Oct 1997 12:33:11 GMT,
John Davidson Highfill cause to appear:

Quote:>Dear Linux Gurus,

>    i was tinkering with crontabs and i was wondering if there was
>a way to get crontab to make a "history file" of all the jobs it
>executes?  It sends me an email which is a start but a file with the
>history would be nice too.  Thank you.

It already does. In /var/log look for a file call cron.
To make it easier read try this:

# cat /var/log/cron | grep -v atrun | less

Without the pound.

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I have write a ksh script and put it in crontab to run daily, the script
run successful at command prompt but have error in crontab, the script
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set $CLASSPATH = {list of classpath}
cd /u01/home/renren/source
pwd                                            //successful go to the
correct path
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