My naming convention for directories and archives which involve backing up certain files and staging updates for applications in /opt involves including the day's date. Just to make my life a tad bit easier, I figured I could use a cron job to automatically contain the day's date in a variable which automatically updates itself when the date changes.
I had set my cPanel (version 11.30.6 build 6) Update Preferences to:
Release Tier: Stable
Daily Updates: Do not update cPanel and WHM Automatically
cPanel Package Updates: Manual Updates Only
- bandmin, dovecot, exim, ftp, mysql, python all set to Inherit
- courier, nsd set to never
Operating System Package Updates: Manual Updates Only
SpamAssassin Rules Updates: Manual Updates Only
cPanel has released new builds for all public update tiers. These updates provide targeted changes to address security concerns with the cPanel & WHM product. These builds are currently available to all customers via the standard update system. If your deployed cPanel & WHM servers are configured to automatically update when new releases are available, then no action is required.
Generally, all Linux distributions needs a scheduled reboot once to stay up to date with important kernel security updates. RHN (or other distro vendors) provides Linux kernel security updates. You can apply kernel updates using yum command or apt-get command line options. After each upgrade you need to reboot the server.
Hello community i have a big dilema, i have an asus tf300t that is behind on updates. When i click on check update it says there is no updates available for your device currently. So when i go to the asus site there are updates for my tablet. i have already done a factory reset and it didnt make a diference. cCan someone please help me out on this?
I am new to cron and I want to test if cron's mailing stuff after an executed task and things like that work. Is there a more elegant way to test this, then setting a cron job to run every few seconds? So, is there any way to simulate the execution of a cron job / start a cron job manually, but with the same behaviour it would have when being run automatically by cron?