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crons jobs in linux shellcron is used to schedule the jobs in Linux. It allows you do below things.
- Add the job in crontab for specific user
- Remove the job in crontab
- View history of cron jobs
Adding new cron jobYou can add cron job using below command.
Then you need to add the jobs using below syntax.
For example – below command will schedule a cron job to run after every 20 minutes.
minute hour dayOfMonth month dayOfWeek <command>
*/20 * * * * /home/myjob.sh
View cron jobsBelow command will list all cron jobs of current user.
Below command will list all cron jobs of given user.
$ crontab -l
$ crontab -u <user-name> -l
Removing cron jobsBelow command will remove all cron jobs of current user.
$ crontab -r
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