I have a script called
#!/bin/bash sudo zip -r /home/jazuly/backup.zip /var/lib/automysqlbackup/ cd /home/jazuly/backupscript/cp2google/ php cp2google.php /home/jazuly/backup.zip cd ~ rm -f /home/jazuly/backup.zip
I made it executable:
sudo chmod +x backup.sh
Then I tried to edit
# m h dom mon dow command 0 0 * * * /home/jazuly/backup.sh
cron sends the backup.zip to my email, I download and open it, and the file is corrupt.
If I run the script manually with:
$ sudo chmod +x backup.sh $ ./backup.sh
I can open the zip file.
/home/jazuly/backup.zipas root (
sudo) and then try to delete it as a regular user (
rm -f /home/jazuly/backup.zip), that doesn't make sense.
whereis -b zip