Projects / noexcuses


Noexcuses is a disaster recovery utility. It makes cron jobs persist when faced with transient remote errors. It makes cron jobs persist across reboots of the local cron host. It identifies and runs cron jobs scheduled while the cron host was down. It can mirror its state to protect the above from disk failure. It supports relocation of cron jobs to another cron host. It lets you report, examine, cancel, and run outstanding cron jobs. In short, it eliminates much tedious disaster recovery work.

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  •  27 Mar 2008 15:36

    Release Notes: A bug with the -k option (on Solaris) was fixed and a typographical error in the manpage was fixed.

    •  06 Feb 2007 02:06

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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