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On Solaris 10 server the system date won't match with the timestamp on files created by a cron jobs, Please help
here is what i get when i check for system date
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I have cleared the commands by using >$HOME/.sh_history.
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May i know how i can achieve this?
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Here is two time I have:
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I am new to unix OS.
Commands(external commands) given by the user are examined by shell and later executed by kernel.
Now I want to know how the internal(built in) commands are executed.
Please clarify whether they are executed directly by shell or by kernel.
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I want to know the commands executed a by particular user .. for the whole day on my machine.
I have checked out with the commad
It is throwing an error called: ..
/var/adm/pacct: No such file or directory
Can u help me in this regard..
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