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Old 15th August 2012, 05:08 PM
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I need to understand coding better... I have a cron job that is using vnstat... I am curious what is going on, I hope someone can help...

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if [ -x /usr/bin/vnstat ] && [ `ls /var/lib/vnstat/ | wc -l` -ge 1 ]; then /usr/bin/vnstat -u; fi
Thank you

---------- Post added at 12:08 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:53 AM ----------

If "/usr/bin/vnstat" exists and is executable, and the number of files in "/var/lib/vnstat/" is equal to or greater than one, then run the program "/usr/bin/vnstat" with the update flag

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