crontab Crontab Command Line

1. dump the content of the existing crontab to a file
# crontab > /tmp/dump
2. echo “your lines” >> to the corntab file
# echo ” 00 1 * * * /monitor_file_system 2>/dev/null” >> /tmp/dump
3. import the new crontab
# crontab /tmp/dump

other option….
# crontab -e
It will open a editor, add job here like
00 1 * * * /monitor_file_system 2>/dev/null

Set cronjob from other server:
# crontab -e
0 0 * * * curl

here phpsolutions.php file is located on different server…

and save this crontab files…. now cronjob successfully installed :)

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