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not enough permissions on file? file exists?
chmod 777 /apps2/wbcpat/load/run_re_pi_sp_proc/run_re_pi_sp_proc.sh and try again. If works, try with other lower permissions
As i think you are trying to run script which does not have a valid shebang.
Please add in the above of this lines , #!/bin/sh and try again
yes file is existing and it is running manually successfully while going to that path and executing the script.
did you add
in head of your scripts ????
i have to add this in all three scripts.
<end of script>
are you running the script with same user from crontab and manually?
Are you copying and pasting the error message? "No such files and directory" - never seen one like that myself.
What's on line 49 of your script?
yes with same user i created crontab and put all three scripts.
while running manually all three are running fine.
By the way - this is really the wrong forum for this. Your question has nothing to do with the Oracle DB... :(
but then again, you've already been told that multiple times.
as when we running the Script manually it's working fine.
but while doing cronjob scheduling it's not working.
you have a space between "." and "/" anyway try without ".":
30 02 * * 0 /apps2/wbcpat/load/run_re_pi_dp_proc/run_re_lpi_dp_proc.sh start
35 02 * * 0 /apps2/wbcpat/load/run_re_pi_sp_proc/run_re_pi_sp_proc.sh start
40 02 * * 0 /apps2/wbcpat/load/run_re_pi_gp_proc/run_re_pi_sp_proc.sh start
This is a duplicate post to ...
You already had an active thread on this OS issue in an OS forum.
This one is locked.
(By the way, multi-cross-posting just because you're impatient is poor forum etiquette.)