job-scheduler gives users several options for scheduling programs. You can make each program run cyclically or only at specified times given in the input file. You can define a run interval instead of only the program start time. You can tell job-scheduler what to do in the program's run interval if the program terminates, that is: run it once, rerun it, or rerun it until its return value equals zero.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: A network interface was implemented for changing, adding, deleting, or getting information about scheduled jobs and shutting down the scheduler.
Release Notes: The program now logs and exits after a signal is received. Some design improvements were done. Some documentation was written.