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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
I made a lots of googling, and found that if there exists Anacron on the system, then it overrides the cron's settings!! So I went to anacron's last run file located at /var/spool/anacron/cron.weekly and changed the value to last Saturday. So today it finally ran! My question is how do I set also the time, so it'll run on 6:47? @hruntig was right about it. But what is my best option here? To disable anacron maybe?
Jul
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
What's weird's - that the logs also verify that, here's the last run line for example: Jul 9 07:57:44 Server anacron[31511]: Job 'cron.weekly' started. So the hour is obviously wrong. I'm wondering, could be there any other setting which overrides the /etc/crontab ? Thanks.
Jul
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
@Iain, yes, for at least 4 months..
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
not silly, but I wouldn't ask this without checking that :) so the date is correct, the output is today
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comment How to use screen with mysql import
Thanks @John. I eventually used byobu, so your advise helped a lot!
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answered I accidentally deleted /etc/nginx, reinstalling nginx won't recover it
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accepted Rewrite certain URL in Nginx such that another app will serve it
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comment Rewrite certain URL in Nginx such that another app will serve it
Thanks. This is definitely the way to go. It passes the /about_me to my Rails app. However I get another "You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved.". Any idea why? Anyway, I decided that I'll go with subdomain, as it really easier and just works. UPDATE: it really works!, one thing to check is that /about_me should be a valid URL in routes.rb!
Feb
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comment Rewrite certain URL in Nginx such that another app will serve it
Michael Hampton: this should work, but it's not exactly what I need. @3molo: i don't fully understand, this if - condition is a catch-all for clean urls. the other one is location ~ \.php {...} which actually passes requests to fastcgi.
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