“Cron” itself is a daemon (or program) that keeps run in the background. After installing the minimal version of centos we found that crontab command is missing from server. # crontab -l -bash: crontab: command not found Sometimes we don’t know from which package crontab command will come, use following command to check the package. If you are root, then according to this mailing list, you may need to make sure it's on your path: Centos5 - Service Command Not Present. You may also check out a similar function called chkconfig, since it can activate services as well. CentOS - chkconfig. The links attached are for CentOS 5, but they don't seem to differ in CentOS I am using the CentOS release (Final). My problem is that even I have logged in as a root to my centos server through ssh crontab command is not available to me. I got the following when ever I am trying to access the crontab: [[email protected] bin]# crontab -e -bash: crontab: command not found Next time to justify myself I tried.
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