SAV UNIX version 4 ONLY (retired, see 119021 ). Cron jobs can be used for setting up scheduled scans in UNIX-type operating systems, e.g. UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD and Darwin (Mac OS X).
The following procedure is for SAV for Unix version 4 ONLY (retired, see 119021). For SAV for Unix version 9 scheduled scans do not require cron jobs and can be configured as described in the SAV Unix configuration guide and KBA 114372 or through the AV policy in the Enterprise Console if the machine is managed.
Note: The syntax may differ, depending on which version of cron is present on your computer.
crontab -u root -e
0 10 * * * /path/script.sh
0 10 1-31 1-12 0-7 /path/script.sh
/crontab.zUcAAFwPVp: 1 lines, 24 characters crontab: installing new crontab
The crontab has now been set up. Cron will automatically send an email to root to confirm that the scan has run.
For more information on cron and crontab, read the relevant manual pages. For example, type:
to see the crontab manpage.
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