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Unreliable Cronjobs - fREW Schmidt's Foolish Manifesto
The general pattern that we suggest at work is to run your cronjobs five to ten times more often than you need to and to exit early if there is no work to do. In addition, you should monitor what the cronjob produces (which obviously varies wildly, per cronjob) rather than the sythentic exit code or output from the cronjob. This can both help you to avoid being paged when a cronjob is a little flaky and additionally detect a cronjob that is failing but still exiting zero.
sysadmin  cron  scheduling  systemmonitoring  automation  tipsandtricks 
12 weeks ago by kme
Easy scheduling | Doodle
I like the '' interface better.
calendar  scheduling  schedule  webapp  collaboration 
april 2017 by kme

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