How to create one crontab job in Linux?

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Hi Guys,

I want to create one crontab job that will run continuously. But how can I configure crontab in my Linux system?

May 13 in Linux Administration by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

To configure crontab in your system, you have to install crontab software on your system. You can use the below given command.

$ yum install /usr/bin/crortab

Now you can edit the file using crontab -e command and write down your program name you wants to run and save the file.

* * * * * date

Now this will run date command in every one minute. You can also write your program name accordingly.

answered May 13 by MD
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