Running a cron job at fixed intervals of time

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I want to execute a cron job after every 15 minutes. I'm using OSX. The problem is it should run at 0th minute but it isn't.

This is what I'm doing:

*/30 * * * *
Jun 20 in Linux Administration by DragonLord999
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1 answer to this question.

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Just use this instead:

0,30 * * * * yourCommand
answered Jun 20 by ajs3033
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