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How timely are scheduled events in Sierra?

macOS provides two main mechanisms for running periodic events: Launch Agents, which are readily accessible to users and developers, and a sophisticated system within Grand Central Dispatch (GCD), which is used by many of the services in macOS, such as Time Machine backups. 499 more words

Technology

Jannie and memories of Schreiner

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BY BILLY SUTER

AS A young boy, artist Jannie van Heerden would often join his father to visit the former home of Olive Schreiner, the author of the classic novel, … 578 more words

Art

Update YUM Packages Using Cron

Updating YUM packages automatically means you can get the latest updates and security patches of the software you are using on your server.

  1. Install yum-cron…
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CentOS

cron scheduling format (cron 표현법) for spring @Schedule

@Scheduled(cron = "0 0 0 0 0 0")

위와 같은 방식으로 사용할 때 cron 표현법을 사용한다.

6개의 표현과 띄어쓰기로 이루어진 표현 – “0 0 0 0 0 0” 9 more words

Development

CentOS 7 Automated reboot after kernel update

When using applications like yum-cron to update the installed packages automatically there will be times when the kernel has been updated.

Instead of checking every machine if a reboot is needed I use the following cron script to automate the reboot. 104 more words

CentOS

Cron Jobs and Rails

Cron

If you’re reading this article, it’s probably because you’ve heard of cron jobs, cron tasks, or crontab. Cron is a piece of software written for *nix-type operating systems to help with the scheduling of recurring tasks. 1,776 more words

Computing

Linux Cron

Cron allows Linux and Unix users to run commands or scripts at a given date and time. You can schedule scripts to be executed periodically. Cron is one of the most useful tool in a Linux or UNIX like operating systems. 1,411 more words

Linux OS