Task Scheduling

Michael L Torrie torriem at chem.byu.edu
Wed Jan 25 11:20:28 MST 2006


On Wed, 2006-01-25 at 10:54 -0700, Ryan Bowman wrote:
> At work we use jboss as our web app server, when we want to deploy new
> code we need to restart jboss, but the optimal time to do so is
> between 1am and 3am. Rather than wake up that early I want to schedule
> the restart to happen automatically, but it doesn't need to happen on
> a regular schedule, just every so often when we have new code to
> launch.

Doesn't jboss auto-deploy packages on the fly without having to restart
the server?  In that case an "at" job to just dump the war file in the
deploy directory should do the trick.  (maybe the windows version can't
do this)

> I'm thinking of writing a script that edits crontab to schedule the
> restart for 1am daily.  I can run that script manually on the days
> that I need to restart jboss, then the following day remove that task
> from cron (or modify the restart script to edit crontab for me).  Is
> there a better way?
> 
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