CRONTAB FOR SCHEDULING JOBS

Before scheduling a job on crontab, the DBA must have created and tested the script for a successful execution. You can view the current cron setting using the below command; cat /etc/crontab * * * * * Command_to_execute | | | | | | | | | +?? Day of week (0?6) (Sunday=0) or Sun, Mon, Tue,… | | | +???- Month (1?12) or Jan, Feb,… | | +????-? Day of month (1?31) | +??????? Hour (0?23) +????????- Minute (0?59) Below are some examples of cron jobs; 0 6,18 * * /home/oracle/dba/scripts/rm_listener.sh >> /home/oracle/rmlistener.log 0 1 * * * /home/oracle/dba/scripts/expdp_orcl.sh … Continue reading CRONTAB FOR SCHEDULING JOBS