the default permission of crontab file are for roots, on my office machine in which Enterpise Linux 5 is install, i had seen the permssion are given to oracle:dba, anyways i found an issue when im trying to schedule a task from oracle user by using crontab -e and when i press :wq to save and quit, i end up with an error.
which is something like this :
I have a crontab file at /etc/crontab. I didn't place it there, it was already there, along with a lot of other files in /etc. However, when I type the command crontab -e, it creates a new file. I want it to look for crontab in /etc.