I use Fedora Core 2 and setup Bandwidth
Monitoring on eth0 and after 24 hours it still show
I've done this on two different Fedora boxes.
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My servers do the same.
# crontab -u root -l
This doesn't seem to update the hours files.
One can run /etc/webmin/bandwidth/rotate.pl as root from the
shell and it works.
Quirks running perl through cron? ($ENV?)
It looks like the problem may be the crontab entry created
to run rotate.pl on an hourly basis. It added a line in
crontab in the form:
I have to admit I'd never seen this syntax before so I just
tried a simple...
"43 * * * * /etc/webmin/bandwidth/rotate.pl"
and it all started working. The other clue was that there
was no mention of rotate.pl in the cron log so it probably
wasn't trying to execute the script at all.
I had this problem on FC2 and RH8 boxes.
I had the same problem on Redhat Linux 2.1ES and to
manually reconfigure the cron entry as suggested by Nigel
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