Ensure crontab contains created Cron Jobs
Cron jobs created in legacy/new UI are not being reflected in /etc/crontab and thus they don't execute as desired.
We risk breaking how cron jobs are written to crontab and thus finally executed
A cron job should be created i.e `touch /tmp/abc.txt` and it should be seen that does that file exist. After that, it should be checked that the changes of cron job are currently reflected in /etc/crontab i.e how the cron jobs are supposed to run weekly, monthly etc
#5 Updated by Claas Lisowski over 2 years ago
I updated from 11.1-U6.3 to U7 and was unable to enable/disable any existing crontab via ui (haven't tried API).
The error message was something like "User xxx could not be found".
I tried root user and other users but same result.
This happened for crontabs which existed before the update to U7.
I haven't created new crontab - I had to revert to U6.3 and all is fine for now.
Sorry that I can't offer log files or debug output.