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cron - Interchange/bin/expireall: No such file or directory

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alankru, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. alankru

    alankru Member

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    Hi
    2 nights ago, I started getting this cron report email back to me:
    It is true, the listing of the interchange dir is:
    There is no bin folder. Is anyone else experiencing this? What can I do about it?
    Thanks very much for any help.:)
     
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    I've been getting those emails for quite some time as well now, but since I uninstalled interchange, I've been ignoring them. It's probably a cronjob somewhere which hasn't been cleared properly
     
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    I uninstalled it as well as I couldn't get it to work.:rolleyes: But that was about a month or so ago. I wonder why all of a sudden it has come up with that now?!:eek:

    Incidentally, why did you uninstall interchange?

    Thanks for your reply, I'll remove that cronjob then from the root user crontab.
     
    #3 alankru, Oct 6, 2006
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    4 4 4 * * * /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/interchange/bin/expireall -r

    I see this line was in root's crontab, so that should stop the anoying emails from coming through.....

    I removed interchange cause we don't use it, and don't need, thus we could free up some server resources
     
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    Yes, my cron was set for the time 44 4 * * * and I commented the line out. I thought that was probably why, I think I shall leave it uninstalled for the same reason.
    Thanks again.:D
     
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