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Re: Can a .sh script stored in c:\scripts\ (Windows part of filesystem) be run from crontab?
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon at yandex dot ru>
- To: Peder Sverdrup <psverdrup at yahoo dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2016 13:26:30 +0300
- Subject: Re: Can a .sh script stored in c:\scripts\ (Windows part of filesystem) be run from crontab?
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Greetings, Peder Sverdrup!
> I have my own backupscript, lets call it "bup.sh". It is stored on the
> c-drive, in the directory c:\scripts\.
> When I open the cygwin terminal I can run the script manually. But if I
> include it in my crontab, it does not run.
> If I copy the script to /home/myuser/myscripts/ I can run it from the
> cygwin terminal, and it also runs from crontab.
> Is it not possible to run scripts stored on "the Windows part of the filetree" from crontab?
> The crontab entries are:
> 10 14 * * * /cygdrive/c/scripts/bup.sh
> 20 14 * * * /home/myuser/myscripts/bup.sh
> When I run the script manually, I navigate to the folder where it is stored and do
> ./bup.sh &
Run it as sh -x .../script and see what it does in each case.
Most likely you are missing something simple.
With best regards,
Thursday, July 28, 2016 13:25:20
Sorry for my terrible english...
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