Kicking off cron?
Chris K. Young
cky at pobox.com
Wed Nov 15 15:31:16 PST 2000
Quoted from John Oliver [16 Nov 2000]:
> After changing crontab, I remember needing to touch something to get it
> working. kill -1 crond and restarting crond didn't do it. What is it
> that needs to be bumped?
Are you using ``crontab -e'' to edit your crontab? If so, you need
to do nothing more.
Some people store their crontab in their home directory (e.g.,
~/.crontab). In that case, run ``crontab ~/.crontab'' (or whatever
filename you use).
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