dwayrynen

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root's crontab has an entry for /scripts/upcp - it's set to a random time in early morning hours.

upcp (update cpanel?) updates the system then calls /scripts/cpbackup, which is the backup program.
 

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[quote:aef6b18bd3][i:aef6b18bd3]Originally posted by dwayrynen[/i:aef6b18bd3]

root's crontab has an entry for /scripts/upcp - it's set to a random time in early morning hours.

upcp (update cpanel?) updates the system then calls /scripts/cpbackup, which is the backup program.
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I tried to go into /scripts/upcp and all it did was run a script. Then I slapped myself inthe head and added the pico before the line (pico /scripts/upcp) which let me into the file. 2 questions.
1) Did I hurt anything by running /scripts/upcp
2) I could not find the backup schedule in there. Any ideas?
 

dgbaker

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1. Shouldn't have hurt anything.

2. In upcp it calls /scripts/cpbackup around line number 150
a. cpbackup has a config file in /etc/ called cpbackup.conf

3. To change the backup time change the time upcp runs.