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Message Posted: Fri, 06 Jun 2003 @ 08:07:36 GMT
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I'm used to checking manually the result of scheduled jobs on Unix (SLJM).
In order to automate the checking, I'm looking for finding a way to get the output of the command "j job_name" not on the screen, but in a file.
Actually there is already a file which contains the status of the job (.sched), but unfortunately the date field (the 3rd one) has a null value and is therefore unusable for a serious checking...
I tried also a redirection to a file with "j job_name > /../log". It works fine when I run the command manually, but if I run it in a script scheduled in crontab, just an empty file is produced...
Does someone have any experience in the automation of Unix job control? Is there a way to produce automatically the result or status of scheduled jobs in a file (with a valid date of execution !) Thanks to this file I will then been able to let a Perl script interpret it and generate a HTML file which will be consulted on the intranet.
Thanks for your input !
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