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[usually as modifier] A command to an operating system or server for a job that is to be executed at a specified time:‘a cron job’
- ‘A cron job automation example to handle this is explained later in this article.’
- ‘All we need to do is run the client script on the testing servers as a cron job.’
- ‘When using a cron job, I know a process is executed on a certain schedule.’
- ‘Otherwise, you may specify an e-mail address to which to send the output of cron jobs.’
- ‘On-line updating can now be set up as a cron job to reach out to the server of your choice at the time of your choosing, check for available updates and download and install them without user interaction.’
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