Re: Job `cron.weekly' terminated (mailing output) ???
On Friday 31 January 2003 11:52 am, Andrei Smirnov wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 07:15:04PM +0000, Dave Selby wrote:
> > My dial on demand link is activated when my cron.weekly job is
> > terminated. Nothing in cron.weekly calls the link ... It appears that
> > when it terminates cron.weekly mails the output or perhaps I should say
> > cron mails the output?? !!!
> > Any idea what process mails the output ?? and how to stop it !!
> > Dave
> according to man ... put this in /etc/crontab
> but as far as i remember it doesnt work
> .. on the other hand - my cron do not mail anything
> maybe i shut it off somewhere else
> > ontents of ..
> > /var/log/syslog
> > Jan 30 07:23:55 debian anacron: Job `cron.weekly' started
> > Jan 30 07:23:55 debian anacron: Updated timestamp for job
> > `cron.weekly' to 2003-01-30
> > Jan 30 07:24:01 debian syslogd 1.4.1#10: restart.
> > Jan 30 07:24:01 debian anacron: Job `cron.weekly' terminated
> > (mailing output)
> > Jan 30 07:24:01 debian pppd: Starting link
> > Jan 30 07:24:29 debian pppd: Serial connection established.
> > Jan 30 07:24:29 debian pppd: Connect: ppp0 <--> /dev/modem
Opps found it, the \ function in man is usefull !!