starting ReleaseCandidate2, I read that I can logon to NS shell using user, instead of user@domain.
Nice, shorter commands are better commands.
However, I seem to see that those are not quite the same, since I noticed something strange with crontab:
root@helium:~> $ crontab -u rolf -l
no crontab for rolf
root@helium:~> $ crontab -u rolf@mydomain -l
0,15,30,45 * * * * /home/rolf/scripts/temp_monitor.sh # 1>/dev/null
1,16,31,46 * * * * /home/rolf/scripts/make_graph.sh # >/dev/null 2>&1
50 23 * * * /home/rolf/scripts/archive_graph.sh # >/dev/null 2>&1
6 13 * * * /home/rolf/scripts/twitter_uptime 1>/dev/null
User rolf has no crontab, user rolf@mydomain does.
I thought those should be the same…?
Addition: It’s even stranger:
when logging on as rolf, I see no crontab
when logging on as rolf@mydomain, I see no crontab
when logging on as root, I do see a crontab for rolf@mydomain
when logging on as root, I do not see a crontab for rolf