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Possible bug with atd?



Hi all,

I'm not 100% sure if this is a bug, or something I'm doing wrong...

I'm trying to schedule some dvb recording via a web page using atd. I can get the jobs to appear in 'at -l', however when it comes time for the job to execute, it just disappears. *poof* gone. No logs, no command executed, no nothing.

I'm trying to launch a bash file that does a heap of funky things - but not having much luck. If i type in the command manually, it all works like a treat.

I am setting the job in PHP by using:
$cmd = "at $starttime $whatday << COMMAND\n/home/netwiz/bin/capture '$channel' $duration\nCOMMAND";

and if I check what the job is, I get such:
# at -c 11
#!/bin/sh
# atrun uid=48 gid=48
# mail     root 0
umask 22
HOSTNAME=asterisk.crc.id.au; export HOSTNAME
SHELL=/bin/bash; export SHELL
HISTSIZE=1000; export HISTSIZE
USER=root; export USER
LS_COLORS=no=00:fi=00:di=01\;34:ln=01\;36:pi=40\;33:so=01\;35:bd=40\; 33\;01:cd=40\;33\;01:or=01\;05\;37\;41:mi=01\;05\;37\;41:ex=01\;32: \*.cmd=01\;32:\*.exe=01\;32:\*.com=01\;32:\*.btm=01\;32:\*.bat=01\;32: \*.sh=01\;32:\*.csh=01\;32:\*.tar=01\;31:\*.tgz=01\;31:\*.arj=01\;31: \*.taz=01\;31:\*.lzh=01\;31:\*.zip=01\;31:\*.z=01\;31:\*.Z=01\;31: \*.gz=01\;31:\*.bz2=01\;31:\*.bz=01\;31:\*.tz=01\;31:\*.rpm=01\;31: \*.cpio=01\;31:\*.jpg=01\;35:\*.gif=01\;35:\*.bmp=01\;35:\*.xbm=01\; 35:\*.xpm=01\;35:\*.png=01\;35:\*.tif=01\;35:; export LS_COLORS
PATH=/sbin:/usr/sbin:/bin:/usr/bin; export PATH
MAIL=/var/spool/mail/root; export MAIL
PWD=/var/www/html/tv; export PWD
INPUTRC=/etc/inputrc; export INPUTRC
LANG=C; export LANG
HOME=/root; export HOME
SHLVL=4; export SHLVL
LOGNAME=root; export LOGNAME
CVS_RSH=ssh; export CVS_RSH
LESSOPEN=\|/usr/bin/lesspipe.sh\ %s; export LESSOPEN
G_BROKEN_FILENAMES=1; export G_BROKEN_FILENAMES
cd /var/www/html/tv || {
         echo 'Execution directory inaccessible' >&2
         exit 1
}
${SHELL:-/bin/sh} << `(dd if=/dev/urandom count=200 bs=1 2>/dev/null| LC_ALL=C tr -d -c '[:alnum:]')`

/home/netwiz/bin/capture '7 HD Digital' 30

Now this seems to be correct - but as I said, the job just seems to disappear. Is there something I'm missing, or is this a bug?

--
Steven Haigh

Email: netwiz crc id au
Web: http://www.crc.id.au
Phone: (03) 9017 0597 - 0412 935 897





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