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Monday, March 20, 2006 

Out-going admin cron jobs

As the In-Coming Sys Admin, one the checks you should never miss is to check all the Cron and at jobs during the handover period from the out-going Admin!

Try:
# crontab -u [user] -l

Manually change the user for of the users in /etc/passwd or script this substitution if the number of users on your system is worth the effort.

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