cron not running
derek at computinginnovations.com
Thu Dec 28 07:08:59 PST 2006
Check the clock. Often older systems have dead batteries so the clock is
so far out of whack cron jobs don't run.
At 08:18 AM 12/28/2006, steve wrote:
>It has been a long time since I've had to post for help, so forgive me if
>this question is misplaced or stupid.
>I have a freebsd server running at home now for years with no problems.
>Over the years it has been rebooted a few times either on purpose or do
>to things like power failures. It has always started up without
>problems. On the 12/27 I shut down the server so I could physically clean
>the server (was getting kinda gross with dust balls and stuff). It
>started up no problems but rather curiously the cron service does not seem
>to be processing any jobs now.
>I am not sure where to go about figuring out what the problem is or how to
>fix it. I would greatly appreciate any help or guidance from people here
>on this issue.
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