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Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 17:06:58 +0300
From: Ilya Andreiv <>
To: Radoslaw Stachowiak <>
Subject: Re: cron run-parts bug?

Hello Radoslaw,

Tuesday, October 15, 2002, 3:20:57 PM, you wrote:

RS> it sounds ridiculous, but when i got script named
RS> /etc/cron.daily/SH.backup   its not executed by cron (run-parts to be
RS> exact). 

RS> when i renamed it to /etc/cron.daily/backup  cron runs it (among others).

RS> Havent got time to confirm and check it now, but could someone confirm it? 

This is not bug.
from run-parts man page:
       run-parts runs a number of scripts or programs found in  a
       single  directory  directory.   Filenames  should  consist
       entirely of upper and lower case letters,  digits,  under-
       scores,  and  hyphens.

Best regards,

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