Var log cron not updating

Ss /usr/sbin/cron Then i checked the directadmin_cron file and it does contain the correct lines.Ho yes, and the cron log file perms are : -rwxr-xr-x 1 root adm 0 2009-02-22 cron I also forgot to say that i deleted some logs files my mistake, then recrated them.I currently get an email on one of my other jobs, so why am I not getting one on this cron?

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you must change your token and domain to be the one you want to update 2.1 Go to ' Start' and select Computer (Windows XP select My Computer) 2.2 Go into C:\users\YOUR-USERNAME (Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR-USERNAME) 2.3 Right click in an empty spot and go to NEW Call Log Entry() Sub Log Entry() On Error Resume Next Dim obj Request Dim URL URL = "https:// Click OK, go back to your file and perform step 2.6.domains=exampledomain&token=a7c4d0ad-114e-40ef-ba1d-d217904a50f2&ip=" Set obj Request = Create Object("Microsoft. Send Set obj Request = Nothing End Sub 2.5 Go back to the text document and select Paste. This task is to automatically run the script file you have just created.Please follow the instructions based on your edition of Windows.Windows 7 and 8: To open Task Scheduler on Windows 8 and 8.1: Click on the Start menu (Windows 8.1) or press your Windows key on your keyboard.Thaks for your help, Sky Hello, Thx for your reply.

I have an email address associated with that job and I want to get an email telling me if the job ran correctly or not.It is easier to determine if the cron ran for those that produce output (a file, email, or webpage output).Although the crontab was configured as root, because the script being run exisited in an encrypted user directory in /home/ cron could only read this directory when the user was actually logged in.The binaries can be found using the locate command, for example: # Default rules for rsyslog.# # For more information see rsyslog.conf(5) and /etc/# # First some standard log files. # auth,authpriv.* /var/log/*.*;auth,-/var/log/syslog #cron.* /var/log/will reveal that you have already been receiving some) but getting it off the box and out onto the internet requires the MTA (Postfix, Sendmail, what have you) to be properly configured to connect to the world.Where is the cron log in Ubuntu Linux 12.04/14.04 LTS server? How to check if crond server is enabled and/or is running properly on Ubuntu Linux server?