If it exists, check that the PID is still running the application.

It's not recommended to run sudo commands in a cron job, so if you're trying to run a sudo command in a user's cron, try moving that command to root's cron and remove sudo from the.

That's a little nicer as cron might be scheduling other jobs as well. .

One such bug in Debian is covered here, titled: cron: @reboot jobs are not run.

You will need to make the cron job as root to do commands that require root access.

4. ie cd /etc/cron. OR RHEL/Centos Linux 7.

Using a Cronjob.

As has been pointed out by sr_, though, perhaps you are tackling this in the wrong way, and a proper init. . It describes how to configure systemd to manage a service.

Now you should see your. OR sudo /etc.



. As a reference, I use 30 1 * * * docker restart container_name to restart a container every day at 01:30 at night.

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d/cron restart.

Suppose you want to reboot the server at. excerpt. .

Evidence of the bug in Ubuntu would seem to be confirmed here in this SO Q&A titled: @reboot cronjob not executing. Each user profile on the system can have their own crontab where they can schedule jobs, which is stored under /var/spool/cron/crontabs/. . The. To schedule a job, open up your crontab for editing and add a task written in the form of a cron. .

every weekday.

. After the Ubuntu Desktop installation, I noticed it didn’t provide any opportunity to update the software or configure the network.


Take a look at the systemd.

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Alternatively, we can specify the command we’d like to run in a crontab instead of a service file.