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> Quick Question, When was a command run ?
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post Jul 17 2003, 02:15 AM
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Is there a way, i can find out what time a command was run ? I'm using red hat v8 and we are trying to find out what time the archive was run manually last night ?

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post Jul 17 2003, 07:06 AM
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Are you using cron to run the command? If so there should be an entry in /var/log/cron
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post Jul 17 2003, 07:07 AM
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By the sounds of it, it was a cron job. To check the run-times of cron jobs, open up the file /etc/cronttab . It will tell you what time of the day "cron.daily", "cron.weekly" and "cron.monthly" are ran. Chances are, your archive will be part of the daily execution. Mine usually rns at about 4:05am (it wakes me up often).


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