Hi All, I recently migrated my ISPConfig3 installation to a new server, and it is mostly working, with the exception of a few minor issues. One of which is that CRON jobs generated by ISPConfig do not work. Typically, ISPConfig will generate a file similar to this in /etc/cron.d: Code: MAILTO='' SHELL='/bin/sh' 0 6 * * * web129 /usr/bin/wget -q -t 1 -T 7200 -O /dev/null 'http://someaddress.com/somescript.php' * * * * * web129 /usr/bin/wget -q -t 1 -T 7200 -O /dev/null 'http://someaddress.com/somescript.php' CRON picks up on files created here just fine, and I've narrowed it down to the SHELL directive at the top of the file. If I comment out the SHELL='/bin/sh' then the job starts running happily. The /bin/sh shell works - I can switch between /bin/sh and /bin/bash without a problem. It strikes me as extremely strange that this directive would cause cron to choke, and stranger still that it doesn't throw up any errors in the syslog or anywhere else... Any ideas what might be going on there? Thanks!!!