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Let us say that you want to execute a job periodically, what comes to your mind first? If you are familiar with Linux, I can hear your screaming… 411 more words

What Are Cron Jobs?

Cron jobs are simply bash scripts that run when you boot up your computer and when certain time conditions have been met. For them, you write your script, save it, and then run a command to add a new cron job that points to the location of the newly-saved script. 79 more words


Scheduler FTP Upload for multiple files

Upload multiple files is pretty easy when invoked manually, using command line or ftp client.

but a little bit tricky when we need to upload multiple file, scheduled, let say every 10 minutes. 138 more words


Gollum - Auto sync to git remote repository

Whenever you have edited any page on Gollum, it will committed to the local repository which is checked out on the server. These commits WILL NOT be pushed to the Git Server. 153 more words



The software utility Cron is a time-based job scheduler in Unix-like computer operating systems. People who set up and maintain software environments use cron to schedule jobs (commands or shell scripts) to run periodically at fixed times, dates, or intervals. 267 more words


Implementing Cron Jobs with Elastic Beanstalk

If you have worked with cron jobs with Elastic Beanstalk then you know they can be confusing starting out. Here is a simple solution that I use. 202 more words


Simple Duplicity S3 Script

Duplicity is a command line tool that performs encrypted incremental backups.  It supports a variety of file locations, including Amazon S3, and comes pre-installed on several Linux distributions.  206 more words