Linux watch Command Tutorial

Linux watch Command Tutorial

Linux provides the watch command in order to run specified commands at the specified periods regularly. The specified command is executed over and over again at the specified intervals and the output is generally printed to the terminal. We can run the disk, process, memory-related commands to monitor them regularly by using the watch command. … Read more

How To List and Display Cron Jobs In Linux?

How To List and Display Cron Jobs In Linux?

Cron Job is used to execute and run different applications, scripts, commands, and tasks at the specified time and intervals in Linux distributions. List and Display Current User Cron Jobs with crontab Command The crontab is the official command in order to manage cron jobs. The crontab command can be also used to list and … Read more

Run Cron Job Every Minute

Run Cron Job Every Minute

Linux provides the cron job for the jobs, tasks, or processes which should be run at the specified intervals. A cron job can be configured for different intervals like daily, weekly, every two days at the specified time, etc. One of the most used intervals is running a job every minute. Run Cron Job In … Read more