In article <bp13n3$rk4$1bob.news.rcn.net>, cljlk <cljlkhotmail.com> wrote:Is the problem only with the client machine you're running the rsh command>I have Ultra 60 with Solaris 2.6, and the rsh always work fine, until
>recently I foud the rsh does not work on the Ultra 60. But I don't have
>any clue. I use "rsh hostname(Ultra 60) soft_application" from one of
>my server. And I got permission denied. Please shed a light.
on, or the server you're trying to run soft_application on?
If it's the client, make sure /usr/bin/rsh is owned by root and setuid.
If it's the server, make sure the client is in your ~/.rhosts file on the
From the cron(1M) man page:>Another question here..
>How do I detect that the cron job is running accordingly?
To keep a log of all actions taken by cron, CRONLOG=YES (by
default) must be specified in the /etc/default/cron file.
If CRONLOG=NO is specified, no logging is done. Keeping the
log is a user configurable option since cron usually creates
huge log files.
I can't think of a good reason for this.>I set a cron job as "0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * application_here"
>And I found that the cron job did not run every 10 minute. I mean,
>the cron job sometime run, but sometime does not run. It skip some of
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