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How to make a cron job run every 3 hours on peak hours
I’m running an instance of Amazon EC2 Linux, CentOS 5, Ubuntu 11.10, Windows Server 2008R2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008R2. Each of them has plenty of memory and cores but all of them have the same CPU usage.
I want to make a cron job run every 3 hours at 5am, 8am, 5pm, 9pm
I want this to happen on peak hours to avoid overloading the system with requests.
I know that it’s easy to make one every 3 hours but in case the system is over or under the limit of requests will the request be rejected by the system or be distributed among the servers until it’s not over?
My Server currently has 24 cores and a lot of ram but I don’t know if it’s enough. I would like to know if I will be able to handle a normal load or will I be unable to handle it?
You could check out the ideas, I think it would be better to make the task once per day.
If you feel that your system is under too much load (or not enough) just change the cron line and it should run every three hours.
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