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Re: [opensuse] openSUSE-13.1: at 17:00 system begins thrashing: What is cause?
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On 11/19/2014 06:54 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2014-11-20 03:44, John Andersen wrote:
On 11/19/2014 06:32 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
Yes. But you can choose the time it normally runs.

Where is that choice made? Took a brief look, and didn't find much, I got
lost in layers of
indirection and gave up in despair! ;-)

If your openSUSE is recent enough, here:


# # At which time cron.daily should start. Default is 15 minutes after
booting # the system.
Due to the fact that cron script runs only every 15 minutes, # it will only
run on xx:00,
xx:15, xx:30, xx:45, not at the accurate time # you set. DAILY_TIME="22:10"

## Type: integer ## Default: 5 # Type: integer (days) #
Default: 5 #
# Maximum days not running when using a fixed time set in DAILY_TIME. # 0 to
skip this. This is
for users who will power off their system. # # There is a fixed max. of 14
days set, if you
want to override this # change MAX_NOT_RUN_FORCE in /usr/lib/cron/run-crons

Well, its 13.2 so I hope that is recent enough ;-)

I was more interested in the setting of time of he individual jobs
that are scheduled for the system on a daily or hourly basis, etc.

For instance I see in /etc/cron.daily/ jobs to check the
battery backup rpmdb, etc. But they don't seem to have times
associated with them.

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