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L Vogtmann vogtmann at pioneernet.net
Sat Jun 10 15:55:51 PDT 2000


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On Sat, 10 Jun 2000, you wrote:
> There are special versions of crond that deal with machines that are not
> up all the time... Search on freshmeat...
> 
Anacron, it runs from init scripts and checks which jobs in it's crontab that
need to be run (Based on how long it's been since they've last run, once a day,
once an hour,...).  It is suggested to use cron with it though, to make sure
that jobs are done daily if the machine is not turned off.

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