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Thread: Starting/stopping a service at a certian time

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    May 2002

    Starting/stopping a service at a certian time

    Im concerdering starting a Direct Connect Hub, but I only want it to be up and running between lets say, 8am to 3pm on weekdays and 10am to 5pm on weekends?
    how do I do this, I saw somthing about at, but thats only once a day.
    n.b. My Server barely ever turns off


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    Jun 2001

    Re: Starting/stopping a service at a certian time

    You will have to set up a cron job to start and to stop the service.

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