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cronwrap 1.4

A cron job wrapper that wraps jobs and enables better error reporting and command timeouts.

Basic example of usage:

##Will print out help
$ cronwrap -h

    usage: cronwrap [-h] [-c CMD] [-e EMAILS] [-t TIME] [-v [VERBOSE]]

    A cron job wrapper that wraps jobs and enables better error reporting and command timeouts.

    optional arguments:
      -h, --help            show this help message and exit
      -c CMD, --cmd CMD     Run a command. Could be `cronwrap -c "ls -la"`.
      -e EMAILS, --emails EMAILS
                            Email following users if the command crashes or
                            exceeds timeout. Could be `cronwrap -e
                            "johndoe@mail.com, marcy@mail.com"`. Uses system's
                            `mail` to send emails. If no command (cmd) is set a
                            test email is sent.
      -t TIME, --time TIME  Set the maximum running time.If this time is passed an
                            alert email will be sent.The command will keep running
                            even if maximum running time is exceeded.The default is
                            1 hour `-t 1h`. Possible values include: `-t 2h`,`-t
                            2m`, `-t 30s`.
      -v [VERBOSE], --verbose [VERBOSE]
                            Will send an email / print to stdout on successful run.


##Will send out a timeout alert to cron@my_domain.com:
$ cronwrap -c "sleep 2" -t "1s" -e cron@my_domain.com

##Will send out an error alert to cron@my_domain.com:
$ cronwrap -c "blah" -e cron@my_domain.com

#Will not send any reports:
$ cronwrap -c "ls" -e cron@my_domain.com

#Will send a successful report to cron@my_domain.com:
$ cronwrap -c "ls" -e cron@my_domain.com -v
 
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