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cron jobs

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    [resolved] cron jobs

    Hi, I can't manage to create a CRON JOB from the CPanel interface.
    I get a message saying that the cron job has been taken into account but it doesn't appear in the list "current cron Jobs". Can someone tell me why and how to generate a CRON JOB ?

    cron log and logwatch error : AUTH (crontab command not allowed)
     
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    i'm resolved my problem

    delete cron.allow

    Controlling Access to the crontab Command
    You can control access to the crontab command by using two files in the /etc/cron.d directory: cron.deny and cron.allow. These files permit only specified users to perform the crontab command tasks such as creating, editing, displaying, or removing their own crontab files.

    The cron.deny and cron.allow files consist of a list of user names, one per line. These access control files work together as follows:

    If cron.allow exists, only the users listed in this file can create, edit, display, or remove crontab files.

    If cron.allow does not exist, all users can submit crontab files, except for users listed in cron.deny.

    If neither cron.allow nor cron.deny exists, superuser privileges are required to run the crontab command.

    Superuser privileges are required to edit or create the cron.deny and cron.allow files.
     
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