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> reboot not in cron??
chocoholic
post Aug 14 2006, 06:22 AM
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Hi There

I have a suse system recently upgraded to server 10.0. An old linux buddy put in a nightly reboot somehow to clean up any log files. I want to change it to weekly but I can't find it anywhere!

there is a script in \ called overnight_routines which runs some clean up stuff but I can't find where it is called from.

There's nothing in \etc\crontab or \etc\cron.d ,cron.daily cron.etc etc

Where else should I look?
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post Aug 14 2006, 06:44 AM
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sorry solved it myself crontab -e gave me another script that had an \sbin\reboot command

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