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Scheduled programs in postgresql

Scheduled programs in postgresql

Scheduled programs in postgresql

(OP)
Hi,
Does anybody knows if it is possible to schedule a program in postgresql? I mean, I want to run the same sql (or script with some sqls), at the same time, every day.

Any clue?
Thanks

RE: Scheduled programs in postgresql

How about a cron job?

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RE: Scheduled programs in postgresql

Hi monicamariahernandez,

It would depend on which OS your running.  If your running Linux, take a look at "cron".  You would need to have crond (e.g. the cron daemon) running in memory.  If your using Linux you could do:

man cron

This would bring up the manual on cron which has a ton of options.

This should get you started.

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