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comment can I use @reboot in cron.d files?
What flavor/version of cron? What OS?
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comment Where is $BASH_ENV usually set?
You've verified that /etc/bashrc and /etc/profile.d/* are identical? ~/.bash_login? /etc/pam.d/*? /etc/security/pam_env.conf?
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comment Where is $BASH_ENV usually set?
And what about ~/.profile and ~/.bash_profile?
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comment Where is $BASH_ENV usually set?
Is /etc/passwd identical on both servers? If bash is called as "/bin/sh" instead of "/bin/bash" it won't read any bashrc files (only profile files).