Keep getting this cron error: /bin/sh: /usr/local/bandmin/bandmin: is a directory

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/bin/sh: /usr/local/bandmin/bandmin: is a directory

Maybe 50 times a day, any idea how to get something where it's looking or how to fix the error?
The specified path should be an executable script and not a directory.

It will help to know, is the system a new installation, or an existing install that just started to experience the issue?

Does the symptom reoccur frequently (after applying corrections)?

What is the output of the following two commands?
Code:
# stat /usr/local/bandmin/bandmin
# ls -ahl /usr/local/bandmin
If the bandmin directory simply contains another bandmin directory instead of an executable script of the same name, try moving it out of the way and then forcing a bandmin update or re-install using the following command:
Code:
# /scripts/bandminup --force