jamesbond

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Is this the proper way to restart the cron daemon on a cpanel server?

/etc/init.d/crond restart
 

jamesbond

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I already figured it out, the cron daemon was not running.
Someone at the datacenter was fixing a problem with the server, he must have killed the cron daemon.

After I started it again everything is working fine again.
 

seahorse

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i tried /etc/init.d/crond restart
but it said command not found.

my cron jobs are not running. so i tried to restart cron daemon...but cant.
 

Kerstin

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Is it the correct command,

/etc/init.d/crond restart

restart chron deamon ? :eek:

I`f found no etry in the standart documentation of linux. :confused:
It`s knowledge for extended programmers ?

What the chron deamon do ?

Synchronizing system-time for background-processes ;) or
extendet database-programs :mad:
like ORACLE :eek: ?