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 On unix-like operating systems the time-based scheduler is called "Cron". On unix-like operating systems the time-based scheduler is called "Cron".
  
-With Cron your NAS4Free server can run a command or scripts at a given time. A scheduled command or script is called a "Cron Job". "Cron Jobs" are run at fixed intervals like daily, weekly, monthly or once a year.+With Cron your XigmaNAS server can run a command or scripts at a given time. A scheduled command or script is called a "Cron Job". "Cron Jobs" are run at fixed intervals like daily, weekly, monthly or once a year.
  
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 Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.add.png|}} icon to create a new Cron Job. Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.add.png|}} icon to create a new Cron Job.
  
-Click on the {{:wiki:documentation_setup_and_user_guide_basic.del.gif|}} icon to delete an existing Cron Job. +Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.edit.png|}} icon to manage an existing Cron Job
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-Click on the {{:wiki:documentation_setup_and_user_guide_basic.edit.gif|}} icon to manage an existing Cron Job. +
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-Click on the {{:documentation:webgui_interface_and_setup:basic.edit.png|}} icon to manage a new Cron Job.+
  
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-The screen-shot above should give you an example. The screen-shot shows how to add a "Cron Job" which is running every Sunday night at 3:00. This useless job does a read-only filesystemcheck on /dev/da1p1 and appends the result to /mnt/data/fsck-log.+The screen-shot above should give you an example. The screen-shot shows how to add a "Cron Job" which is running every Sunday night at 3:00. This useless job does a read-only filesystemcheck on /dev/ada0 and appends the result to /mnt/data/fsck-log.
  
 Following Parameters are needed. Following Parameters are needed.
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   * Click the "**Cancel**" Button to discard all changes.   * Click the "**Cancel**" Button to discard all changes.
  
-<note>You will find WebGUI for Cron Jobs in different pages of the NAS4Free GUI+<note>You will find in WebGUI several Cron Jobs used pages. 
-  * System|Shutdown|Scheduled +  * System Shutdown Scheduled 
-  * Status|Email Report +  * System > reboot > Scheduled 
-  * Services|Rsync|Local|Add+  * System > Advanced > Email Reports Setup 
 +  * Services Rsync Local Add 
 +  * Disks > ZFS > Snapshots > Auto Snapshot
 </note> </note>
  
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