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    dear redhat gurus,

    on a redhat box i created a user-account to schedule a few jobs with
    crontab. where can i find this particular user's crontab-file ?

    thanx alot
    tim

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    tim braun wrote:
    > dear redhat gurus,
    >
    > on a redhat box i created a user-account to schedule a few jobs with
    > crontab. where can i find this particular user's crontab-file ?


    /var/spool/cron

    I have only one, so

    # ls -l /var/spool/cron/
    total 4
    -rw------- 1 jdbeyer root 488 Nov 17 11:39 jdbeyer

    >
    > thanx alot
    > tim



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    tim braun :
    >
    > on a redhat box i created a user-account to schedule a few jobs
    > with crontab. where can i find this particular user's crontab-file


    As root:

    # su username
    % crontab -e
    % exit


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