Linux Commands: Daemon to execute scheduled commands


cron-Linux Command

cron command- Daemon to execute scheduled commands

Syntax: cron =
Description: cron can be used to schedule a particular function to occur every minute, hour, day, week, or month.
It's normal to use the crontab to perform the editing functions as this automates the process for the cron daemon and makes it easier for normal users to use cron.
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