richard.melville69 at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 12 09:00:52 PST 2013
> Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2013 12:49:02 +0000
> > From: Richard Melville <richard.melville69 at googlemail.com>
> > To: blfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org
> > Subject: [blfs-support] hcron
> > Has anybody had any experience of hcron?
> > http://code.google.com/p/hcron/
> > It looks like a good (and simpler?) alternative to Fcron.
> > Richard
> Not used hcron. Read the first page of the link: it seems like it doesn't
> you very much: it's dead simple to git-track a similar job-spec plus a
> awk/sh/lex-yacc program to generate and distribute the required
> Looks like they're actually maybe trying to solve the wider-picture more-
> general issue of configuration-tracking, rather than any cron-specific
> It's quite easy to git-track (or similar rcs) os-config, and for multiple
> machines, from a single location. ((Folks would do well to really learn
> tools, and how to combine them, rather than endlessly try swap-outs for a
> magic bullet.))
> Coming back to cron: I could recommend 'dcron' - has been main cron in
> for ages; originated (iirc) as a 'saner', more-lightweight, version of
> (the same vixie as in bind (iirc-o(tto)mh); the ''complexity'' of
> reminds me of the ''complexity'' of bind, & vice-versa).
Thanks for that; I had already looked at dcron and I'm now veering towards
that. I notice that Arch have swapped dcron for cronie.
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