Run Cron Job every 2 minutes interval
I want my cron job to run at every 2 minutes interval in all hours,
days, months etc.
OS - Sun Solaris
Release Level -5.10
I tried with */2 * * * * filename but it failed.
How to do that?
On 2008-11-14 20:25:17 +0000, Prachet <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Hi All
> I want my cron job to run at every 2 minutes interval in all hours,
> days, months etc.
> OS - Sun Solaris
> Release Level -5.10
> I tried with */2 * * * * filename but it failed.
> How to do that?
Try 'man crontab' on your Solaris box to find out...i need to trigger a script every 20 seconds, but cron will only run every minute
The fastest I can get cron to run is once a minute. But I've got a
script (which logs people out of a chat room) which needs to fire once
every 20 seconds. How do I do this?
Jake Barnes <email@example.com> writes:
> The fastest I can get cron to run is once a minute. But I've got a
> script (which logs people out of a chat room) which needs to fire once
> every 20 seconds. How do I do this?
Have it three times in your cron script with "sleep 20" in between?
Thorbj�rn Ravn Andersen
Thorbjoern Ravn Andersen wrote:
> Jake Barnes <lkrubner@ge...a cron job runs every day, weird...
my cron job runs every day but it runs very long time, may lasting a
the process name is sync_data.
[root@tmp]# pstack 18773 (yesterdays' pid)
ff246118 read (6, 153bf54, 1400)
ff22ab00 getc (10d368, 0, 43898, d2834, ff26e2f4, ff273684) + b0
000d4320 PerlIOStdio_read (0, ffbfd557, 1, d4304, 0, 8) + 1c
000d2834 Perl_PerlIO_read (117c68, ffbfd557, 1, 0, 807689, 5b) + 2c
000d628c PerlIO_getc (117c68, 0, 0, 10dc00, 0, 8) + c
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I need to run something from CRON every 10 or 15 seconds for a while. It
appears that the smallest interval I can establish for a CRON entry is once
every minute. Does anyone know how I can get a job to run every 10 or 15
seconds based on a CRON entry?
How about writing a script instead that runs in the background all the
time and uses sleep.
sleep 10 (or 15)
>I need to run something from CRON every 10 or 15 seconds for a while. It
>appears that the smallest interval I can establish for a CRON entry is once
>...How can I run cron job at 12'o clock every night on my RH Linux machine?
How can I run cron job in Linux, I need to run some job automatically
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Basically what I want to do in my script is, I need to check out my
code, then build and then send an e-mail, the log of comp, can that be
possible?. also can I keep this script in my home directory or in /etc
Directory?. These four commands I need to place in that script.
cvs co project1/module1
../build > log 2>&1
cat log | mail -s "log" firstname.lastname@example.org
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** My data **
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20010903 084509 4452.00
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20010903 085011 4479.00
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One of the user's cron job is not running. When I looked at the
/var/cron/log file, it shows the follwoing message:
psoft: bad user
What does it mean? How do I fix it?
Joe Philip wrote:
> One of the user's cron job is not running. When I looked at the
> /var/cron/log file, it shows the follwoing message:
> psoft: bad user
> What does it mean? How do I fix it?
user's password locked or expired? Invalid shell or home dir?
check /etc/shadow & /etc/passwd
In article <uB7ub.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Joe Philip <joe.philip@verizon...Sampling every 5 minutes
I have a pressure sensor instrument with a 0 - 5v output relating to the 0 - 25mbar pressure, this is connected via a NI DAQPAD 6016. I want to be able to show the current pressure reading and also have a reading taken every 5 minutes so that I can plot a graph of the pressure change. The readings have to be every 5 mins, no closer together.
Can anyone suggest anything?
i would think that it doesnt matter if the period between values
differs about a few seconds, so i advice you to take the values as
single samples softwaretimed. The storage...