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A cron problem - "User account has expired"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ialex03, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. ialex03

    ialex03 Well-Known Member

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    Hello.

    Server OS: CentOS release 3.7 (Final)
    The latest stable cpanel

    I have a problem with cron. When it attempts to run any cron job the only messages I see in th /var/log cron are:

    Jun 4 09:40:01 esc70 crond[30362]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:40:01 esc70 crond[28280]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:41:01 esc70 crond[14029]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:41:01 esc70 crond[30239]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:41:01 esc70 crond[27175]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:42:01 esc70 crond[10497]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:42:01 esc70 crond[20548]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:42:01 esc70 crond[1299]: User account has expired
    Jun 4 09:42:01 esc70 crond[1456]: User account has expired


    Does anybody have experience resolving this problem? I cannot find anything even on google :(

    Thank you very much.
     
  2. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    I found a variety of relevant hits on Google searching for crond user account has expired. Looks like you need to have a look into chage:

    man chage
     
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