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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers Script should keep running only at specific time Post 303045237 by Syedsabeel on Saturday 14th of March 2020 07:34:40 AM
Old 03-14-2020
My current .sh file below. Which need to run only once and it will do its job. I need below script to run only at 6am to 00.

Code:
#!/bin/bash

BM_HOME=/home/jsoc

BM_LIB=$BM_HOME/lib/BulkTerminationLib/
BM_PROPS=$BM_HOME/properties/
BM_LOG_PATH=$BM_HOME/logs
BM_PROPS_FILE=$BM_HOME/properties/bulktermination.properties
BM_log4j_FILE=$BM_HOME/properties/bulkterminationlog4j.properties

CLASSPATH=BulkTermination:$BM_LIB/BulkTermination.jar:$BM_LIB/log4j-1.2.15.jar:$BM_LIB/com.mysql.jdbc_5.1.5.jar:$BM_LIB/http-core-4.1.jar:$BM_LIB/httpclient-4.0.3.jar:$BM_LIB/org.apache.commons.httpclient.jar:$BM_LIB/org-apache-commons-logging.jar

echo $CLASSPATH

########################################################################################################################################

java  -cp $CLASSPATH -DTPP_PROPS=$BM_PROPS_FILE -DTPP_log4j=$BM_log4j_FILE com.sap.term.main.BulkTermination 1>>$BM_LOG_PATH/BulkTermination.log 2>>$BM_LOG_PATH/BulkTerminationError.log &


Last edited by vbe; 03-14-2020 at 09:27 AM.. Reason: code tags
 

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