Re: Dayly maintenance time (was Re: Innd problem)
According to Eloy A. Paris:
> > It means exactly what it says. Every day (by default at 3:00 AM) the
> > maintenance script "news.daily" has to run. This probably hasn't happened
> > for some reason or the other since a couple of days.
> > If you fix that, the system will stop sending you mail about it..
> I am waiting for my I-Connect Debian 1.2 CD ROM that was already shipped so
> probably I'll know the answer when I upgrade from 1.1... but in the meanwhile:
> Was the time of the maintenance script changed from 6:42 AM in 1.1 to
> 3 AM in 1.2?
> If this was the case I am glad because 3 AM is a more reasonable time for
> a dayly maintenance script that 6:42 AM.
Yes, it has been changed to 03:08. However that is the setting in the default
crontab. If you upgrade a working installation, the crontab will not be
adjusted. You'll have to do that yourself: that's basic system administration.
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