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Re: restart cron in Solaris

From: Alan Silver
Subject: Re: restart cron in Solaris
Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2001 13:17:08 -0500


I don't believe that cron accepts any signals. You will need to kill and
restart the cron in order for your example to work. But, it might be
easier to just use crontab -e rather than  editing a tmp file. That way,
you won't have to worry about stopping and restarting cron. YOu should
be able to do your example using crontab -e. 


Daniel Nilsson wrote:
> Does sending HUP to cron really reread crontabs in Solaris?
> Ive tried:
> "cron"     signal=hup inform=false
> But it doesnt work...
> How are you editing crontabs? (crontab -l > /tmp/aaa;vi /tmp/aaa;crontab
> /tmp/aaa) ???
> /// Daniel
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Alan Silver
UNIX Systems Administrator
Harvard Business School


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