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How to reboot with crontab ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by callawey, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. callawey

    callawey Guest

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    i wish to reboot my server every morning at 6:30 am but it is not worked.


    i edit as so;

    Minute * : 30
    Hour * : 6
    Day of the Month * : *
    Month * :
    Day of the Week * : *
    Command * : reboot

    is it not right ? or how can i do it ?
     
  2. rvdmeer

    rvdmeer Guest

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    I never used the plesk plugin. I can tell you how it works thru ssh.

    Logon to the server thru ssh.
    Make yourself root and type: crontab -e
    Add the line down here...

    30 6 * * * reboot

    Thats it!

    ps... why do you wanna restart the server every morning?
     
  3. it-biz

    it-biz Guest

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    Maybe cron doesnt except reboot, try "/sbin/init 6" instead
     
  4. callawey

    callawey Guest

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    thanks, this method is running
     
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