Peter McGill typed (on Tue, Oct 07, 2003 at 05:28:07PM +0000):
| When our company turns the year, they want me to reset the date back
| to Sep 30 each day until we have finished all accounting for that
| year. Stupid I know. (Our year is Oct 1 - Sep 30)
| My problem is this causes all backup and maintenance tasks scheduled
| not to run.
| What does scosh cronsched -r and scosh cronsched -wr do?
| I can find no doentation for cronsched.
The cronsched entry in cron is used by the system to generate
the calendar files requested by users option settings.
The "r" means: add a random time variation to the time setting
so that every machine does not try to access the calendar server
at the same time.
The "w" means weekly instead of daily.
| If I run it after setting the date, will it reschedule the cron jobs?