On Friday 18 June 2004 05:00, jawahar basha wrote:
> hi ,
> i am new to debian linux, having debian linux system.
> i have doubt about scheduler, how to stop the scheduler and where i want
> to change scheduler timing .
> kindly help me
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To stop the scheduler, do this as root:
$ /etc/init.d/cron stop
To keep it from running ever again, do this as root:
$ apt-get remove cron
To change the timing, edit the appropriate cron entry. You don't say which
scheduled job you want to change, so I don't know if it's in cron.daily,
cron.hourly, or somewhere else. "man cron" will give you a good start.
If this answer is not specific enough, please ask a more specific question.
We are all willing to help, and we welcome you to the group. Also, if
English is not your native language, you might try looking for a list that
is in your native language, especially if the language barrier is keeping
you from being specific.
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