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Use ExcuteProcess to a shell script file

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Hi All,

Thanks a lot to this awesome community

I followed this article

https://community.hortonworks.com/articles/110097/use-excecuteprocess-processor-to-execute-shell-scr...

to run a shell script, the behavior as of now is that is running the command multiple times.

Can we control how many time the script should run?

Thanks

Dheeru

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@dhieru singh

Yes we can control by using Scheduling tab in the processor.

You can use Scheduling strategy either Timer driven or Cron driven so that processor will run only at that specified time.

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Super Guru

@dhieru singh

Yes we can control by using Scheduling tab in the processor.

You can use Scheduling strategy either Timer driven or Cron driven so that processor will run only at that specified time.

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Contributor

@Shu Thanks I just did that before I saw this answer, it worked. Appreciate it. Using the website you refered yesterday http://www.cronmaker.com/

Thanks again

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