I want to make a cronjob that makes a copy of every file in /var/log, and puts it in /etc/bak. That i do by making an sh file saying cp /var/log/*.* /etc/bak I would like these files not to be ...
I have Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS server. My daily log rotations which are listed under /etc/logrotate.d/ are executed at the morning around 7:00 am, but it is not on exact time, each day it changed on range ...
My logwatch reports, within the CRON section, contain thousands of entries like those below. How can I either reduce the number of log entries OR have logwatch ignore them? Jan 30 18:49:01 ota3 ...
I want to verify if my cron job is executing and what time. I believe there is a log for my sudo crontab -e jobs, but where? I searched google and it I found references to look in /var/log ...
I have postfix mail agent installed and I've configured gmail relay and I could send mails from the terminal as below: root@statino1:~# mail -s "subject_here" email@example.com CC: <hit enter ...