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“The syntax for your command that you want in cron is mysqldump - u - p - h backup. sql”
“We'll use the standard Linux scheduling tool called cron, a service that starts programs at scheduled times.”
“We'll discuss how to use the Linux scheduler tool, known as cron, to do this.”
“From time to time the word "cron" appears at the bottom of the Board Index.”
“Zimbra need another package such as cron, fetchmail etc, but the installation process has installed all of them by default. zypper in sysstat”
“The scans, ndiff run, and emailed report are often automated using tools such as cron on UNIX or the Scheduled Tasks tool on Windows.”
“· PVR functionality allows predefined searches to be downloaded from a scheduler such as cron or Windows scheduler”
“# A cron job runs the script every minute with the word 'cron' end end class String def sha1 Digest::”
“Google also announced other features for Google App Engine, including a 'cron' feature that lets people schedule specific jobs such as sending weekly reports, and a Secure Data Connector that lets Google App Engine use private data stored behind a company firewall, said Kevin Gibbs, App Engine's technical leader.”
“• Using a command called "cron," App Engine can perform some automated actions timed in advance to take place, such as collecting daily statistics and e-mailing them to an administrator, Bowers said.”
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Go Babble! Words, if you can call them that, from the world of technology and computers. I'll try to make sure each one is represented by a Wordnik example.
Words that people on Twitter don't think are words.
I wrote a little script that runs every day. It searches the Twitter API for tweets containing the words, "is not a word". Each (non...
good grief, I'm getting irritable.
Looking for tweets for cron.