Topic: crontab -r disaster
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Hello to all!
Today i had to modify the root crontab with the command crontab -e _BUT_ the insidious r tricked me and now i deleted the entire file.
I have a recent backup with duply but i don't know what file i have to restore.
Alternatively can someone post me the default crontab? The one with the mysql backup script.
Thank you very much!
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