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How Do I Fix "/bin/sh: command not found error" for My Cronjob?

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2013-05-14 1:59 am EST

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I want a notification from server when a file is added inside public_html folder.

49 * * * * find /home/CPANELUSERNAME/public_html -mtime -1 \! -type d -ls
i have set this cron job as a solution.but

i get a error command is not found.
/bin/sh: 49: command not found i am getting everytime this error.....

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2013-05-14 10:22 am EST
Thank you for your question!

Sorry to hear about the problem with the cron job error. If you have not already, please see the following links on how cron jobs work on our server.

301: How to run a cron job

Intensive cron jobs or scheduled tasks

It looks like when the command runs the system is seeing 49 as a command and not the time. You will want to check your cron tab to make sure it's set up correctly.

Best Regards!

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