Arvand

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Jul 26, 2003
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Hello,

The other day I noticed that crond was stopped on several of my servers. It was also not set to start when the server restarted. I am not sure why but its working fine when its restarted. It may have happened when crond updated itself. Either way, I want to add it to chkserv.d but adding a file under /etc/chkserv.d/ didn't do the job. Do you know how?

I strongly suggest that cPanel does this on the default setup. It is a very big security issue to not have crond. upcp will not run along with any backups that are supposed to be made.