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Cron and find
- From: Christophe Sauthier <christophe dot sauthier at gmail dot com>
- To: Cygwin List <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 23 Dec 2005 14:51:51 +0100
- Subject: Cron and find
I am facing a weird stuff : I am executing a shell script that
contains a call to the find command.
When I am running it from the shell command list, everything run
smoothly... But when I am calling it from my crontab, find didn't
seems to return anything... In fact it didn't to work at all...
I've been googling a bit, and I've found nothing really usefull...
Does anybody encount that problem and has a solution ? By the way,
just a little precision : the user that execute the cron job and the
shell are the same, and my system is win 2003.
Otherwise if someone has a proper solution to get all the directory
contained inside an other one, and just the first level of same, I am
interested... By a proper solution I mean, avoiding just a simple ls
and then full of cut/grep/pipes...
Thanks a lot in advance,
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