Running scripts after a reboot for non-root users .

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Sometimes we may want to run a script when a system reboots . We can simply do this by just scheduling the script using vixie cron with the @reboot option . e.g @reboot I use it to send me an alert message on our prod hosts to send an alert message when the system reboots . @reboot zaman uptime | echo `uptime` | mail -s "`uname -n` got rebooted"

By: bzaman
2010-08-23 10:37:44

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