If so how many Apprentices does one Master typically control?
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Originally posted by Jeb Tennyson Lund• One of these days, when Triple H is in the middle of one of his long grunting promos, Jericho should just lean forward, stick his finger on the end of Triple H's schnozz and say, "poooooooke!" No one will know what to do.
DESCRIPTION The cron daemon schedules commands to be run at specified dates and times. Commands that are to be run periodically are specified within crontab(5) files. Commands that are only to be run once are scheduled via the at(1) and batch(1) commands. Normally, the cron daemon is started from the /etc/rc command script. Because it can execute commands on a user's behalf, cron should be run late in the startup sequence, as close to the time when logins are accepted as possible.
1) It's a Unix thing. If you don't know, you don't need to. :-)
2) It's the Unix (world) mechanism for scheduling stuff to happen either on a regular basis (eg. daily backups at 3:00 am when nobody's around), or a one-shot after everybody's gone home (eg. kick off a "recompile the world" job after the nightly backup). As with all things Unix, it's a straightforward concept, but extensive use can get pretty convoluted & arcane.
It seems to me that there has been a noticeable uptick in traffic given that from 58 to 63 m it was 46 to 49 days per, and since then it has been at least 5 days quicker per million. Do you have any statistics on say, overall source of activity? i.e.