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Entry  Tue Nov 21 17:51:01 2017, Koji, Configuration, Computers, nodus post OS migration admin 
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Message ID: 13445     Entry time: Wed Nov 22 11:51:38 2017     In reply to: 13442     Reply to this: 13461
Author: gautam 
Type: Configuration 
Category: Computers 
Subject: nodus post OS migration admin 

Confirmed that this crontab is running - the daily backup of the crontab seems to have successfully executed, and there is now a file crontab_nodus.ligo.caltech.edu.20171122080001 in the directory quoted below. The $HOSTNAME seems to be "nodus.ligo.caltech.edu" whereas it was just "nodus", so the file names are a bit longer now, but I guess that's fine...

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I restored the nodus crontab (copied over from the Nov 17 backup of the same at /opt/rtcds/caltech/c1/scripts/crontab/crontab_nodus.20171117080001. There wasn't a crontab, so I made one using sudo crontab -e.

This crontab is supposed to execute some backup scripts, send pizza emails, check chiara disk usage, and backup the crontab itself.

I've commented out the backup of nodus' /etc and /export for now, while we get back to fully operational nodus (though we also have a backup of /cvs/cds/caltech/nodus_backup on the external LaCie drive), they can be re-enabled by un-commenting the appropriate lines in the crontab.

 

 

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