start job on linux server

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start job on linux server

Hi everyone. I would need to schedule a job on another server. I explain better ... I work with DI on a windows client and I would like to move jobs to a linux server where jobs will be scheduled via crontab. In your opinion, is it possible?
thank you


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Re: start job on linux server

Right click mouse on Job in repository view, click Build Job.

transfer the result zip file to the target server, unzip it

change directory (same with Job name) - and run - chmod u+x *.sh

 

then you will find file JobName_run.sh (JobName - it is your Job name) - you can schedule it as any Linux task

that's all

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Forteen Stars

Re: start job on linux server

Right click mouse on Job in repository view, click Build Job.

transfer the result zip file to the target server, unzip it

change directory (same with Job name) - and run - chmod u+x *.sh

 

then you will find file JobName_run.sh (JobName - it is your Job name) - you can schedule it as any Linux task

that's all

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Six Stars

Re: start job on linux server

I tried but it works only if I run the * .sh file with the bash command and not chmod u + x.
Can you tell me if it's still correct or the difference between the two commands?
Thank you

Forteen Stars

Re: start job on linux server

Hi,

 

not 100% understood you

 

chmod u+x *.sh - it command make sh file executable 

 

JobName_run.sh - execute (start) your job, but first it must be marked as executable

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Re: start job on linux server

OK thank you very much.

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