Time rsYnc Machine (tym)
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Sat Jul 28 13:31:52 MDT 2012
Not being interactive is important for running in cron; I believe stdin
will probably immediately EOF.
But redirecting stdout and stderr is unnecessary - the output just goes to
a cron e-mail with most cron's. Sometimes it's better to redirect to a
file, but that's more of a user preference things.
On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 12:26 PM, <josephj at main.nc.us> wrote:
> He redirects stdout and stderr to files and doesn't require user
> Living on a notebook, almost all of my scripts don't do that, so they
> won't work from cron or any background situation unless I modify them with
> that in mind.
> > On Sat, Jul 28, 2012 at 3:48 AM, M. Carrasco <ca at dragoman.org> wrote:
> >> 3. Cron
> >> It can run properly run from cron as it is demonized.
> > What's this about? I've never had problems running run of the mill
> > scripts
> > from cron, once the environment is adequately replicated.
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