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Old 16th April 2010, 19:16
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Hello all,

By the end of March / begin April I tried to install a perfect server Fedora 12 with ISPConfig v 3.0.2.1 and every really important part is working !

Only a few minor ( less important ) things fail; In ISPconfig --> monitor my ispcron log is empty.

My ispcron.log is located in /var/log/ispconfig with filepermissions 644 and owner:root and group:root.
last time modified 01/04/2010 11:06

Who has an idea ?
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Old 16th April 2010, 22:45
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Only a few minor ( less important ) things fail; In ISPconfig --> monitor my ispcron log is empty.
Thats good, as this log contains only errors. OIf its empty then your system is working correctly.
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Thank you Till,

At this moment it says: Data from: 2010-04-17 00:25 and underneath this, a yellow line.

I expected to find in this log information about successfull and unsuccessful cron job that I added with crontab -e

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I expected to find in this log information about successfull and unsuccessful cron job that I added with crontab -e
No, s these are system cronjobs. the ispconfig cron log is for just one cronjob, the one that runs the ispconfig server backend and contains only errors.

The log that you are searching for is the syslog or messages log, depending on the linux distribution. It conatins the information about all linux cronjobs.
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