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hi all is there any way that i could use to shedule a backup process to run every day on a specifc time. regards ids...
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    seting up a process to run on a specific time


    hi all

    is there any way that i could use to shedule a backup process to run every day on a specifc time.

    regards
    ids

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    Of course, use cron. See cron(8), crontab(1) and crontab(5) for info.

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    [unix prompt]man 5 crontab

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    Hmmm? Wasn't that precisely what I had just written?

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    basically.

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