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4 min read On Unix and Linux operating systems, the crontab command opens the cron table for editing. The cron table is the list of tasks scheduled to run at regular time intervals on the system. The daemon which reads the crontab and executes the commands at the right time is called cron. It’s named after Kronos, the Greek god of time. Crontab file consists of commands per line which have six fields. The beginning five fields represent time to run tasks and last field is for command(s). Here are the six field of each line: Minute (hold values between 0-59) Hour (hold values between 0-23) Day of Month (hold values between 1-31)…