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Re: using Monit do restart cron

From: David Breakey
Subject: Re: using Monit do restart cron
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2012 11:19:23 -0600
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On Ubuntu 12.04, it is actually /etc/init.d/cron, and is already managed
by Upstart, so managing it through monit would probably be a bad idea.

On Debian 6, it's also called /etc/init.d/cron, but seems to be a
standard SysV-style service script.

So at least Debian-derived distros seem to call it 'cron', not 'crond'.

On 08/17/2012 11:04 AM, Lawrence, Wayne wrote:
> just a quick note the /etc/init.d file is crond not cron on most
> distros :)

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