crontab - viewer
Let me help you to understand your crontab to find out when your tasks are really running.
There shall be textual interpretation of crontab entries.
Crontabs can be difficult to read at times. The crontab viewer interprets your crontab and prints out all
the commands and the intervals in which they are run to help you save your brain energy for some other
tasks. I created the crontab viewer to make my day job easier. Maybe it can help you, too. If you
encounter any bugs, drop me a line:
contact /at/ homecoded /dot/ com.
To get to your crontab open the bash console (or any other console) of your linux/unix system and enter
crontab -l. Copy whatever it prints out into your clipboard and paste it
into the text field above. Then hit "Go" and see the magic happen.
into the text field above will leave your computer. So your are totally safe to enter your crontab even if
it contains confidential information.
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