> the crond is not running at all anymore
> on the shell servers. The sourceforge team
> seems to have disabled the service due to
> performance reasons. They state, that they
> are working on a solution... since July 2004...
> I do not know, what to do about it.
> This would mean that someone has to login
> daily and start the shell script manually...
> which I would not call a pleasant outlook.
> Another approach would be to have a shell script
> that puts itself to sleep for 24 hours and
> then issues the necessary commands once a day.
> A self-written demon so-to-speak.
> I do not know, if they allow us to have something
> running on the servers while not being logged on.
> They might send a sigkill to any process as soon
> as one leaves? I don't know, I will try.
> --- Sam Steingold <sds@...> schrieb:
>> the clocc web cron appears to be broken: the tree at
>> <http://clocc.sourceforge.net/clocc/> is obsolete
>> and <http://clocc.sourceforge.net/snapshot/> are
>> both obsolete and
>> could you please fix the issues?
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