Re: Dayly maintenance time (was Re: Innd problem)
> > Was the time of the maintenance script changed from 6:42 AM in 1.1 to
> > 3 AM in 1.2?
> 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.
That's right, an upgrade of the cron package won't touch /etc/crontab
unless one explicitly tells dpkg to go ahead and use the maintainer's
version of this configuration file.
In my case, when I upgrade from 1.1 to 1.2, I am going to background the
dpkg process (Z option) and examine carefully the differences between
the old and new configuration files of each package since I do not
want to break things just for keeping the old files.
Eloy A. Paris
Information Technology Department
Rockwell Automation de Venezuela
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