|OS type and version||Almalinux 8.7|
I recently migrated my Virtualmin-driven server from CentOS 6 to a new box with Almalinux.
I couldn’t be happier. The server is fast and Almalinux seems super-solid. The Virtualmin transfer went very well.
There is one small issue. (Isn’t there always?)
I seem to have at least two crontabs in operation. I have analyzed things, and one of the crontabs is certainly the crontab which is visible in the Webmin/System/Scheduled-Cron-Jobs list. The other… I simply can not find.
If I ‘crontab -l’ in BASH, I see the same crontab that Virtualmin is showing in its list.
This crontab is located at ‘/var/spool/cron’. I believe the file used to be called ‘crontab’, but I might be incorrect. Now, I see a file called ‘root’. If I ‘cat root’, then I see my Virtualmin cron again.
Is there a quick way to check for rogue crontabs in VM or in BASH? Does anyone remember if CentOS 6.9 stored the crontabs in a different folder than more modern RHEL releases?
Thanks for any advice.