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One of the biggest weakness of using Crontab is that it assumes that your system ...
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Linux Watch Command | Run Command at Regular Intervals

Watch Command in Linux is a useful command which is present in most of the Linux Based Systems. It runs a command at regular intervals and displays its output. It is useful when you have to run a command repeatedly and watch the output for any changes. For example, you ...
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Load Average | Monitor Performance of Linux System

You must have seen the three magical numbers in Linux called the 'Load Average'. In fact, all Unix based systems like Linux, MAC etc display these Numbers. Although they are not self-explanatory, it's easy to get familiar with them. In this article, we will discuss Monitoring Performance and Understanding Load ...
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Anacrons Vs Crons | Setting Up Anacrons on Linux

One of the biggest weakness of using Crontab is that it assumes that your system is always on. The task will never run if the system is not powered on at that time. In this article, we will discuss another way to schedule repeated tasks using Anacrons. What are Anacrons? ...
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Using Screen in Linux to Resume Sessions

Many times we need to perform a long-running task on a remote machine. The SSH connection might get disconnected due to a network connectivity issue or power failure. As a result of that, you will lose all your work as you can’t resume the session. Luckily, Linux provides a utility ...
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Configuring Crontab In Ubuntu Explained

You can automate many tasks in your system or your server using Crontab in Ubuntu in order to prevent manual work. In this article, I will discuss configuring crontab in Ubuntu with examples. What is Crontab? The CRON daemon is an always running utility which executes certain commands at specific ...
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