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I am trying to figure out the schedule of a cron job. When I type crontab -l I get the following:
02 10 * * * cd /u01; ./job1.bash

I think it means the job is run every day at 10:02 but I am not sure. Could someone please clarify? Thanks!
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Yes, means the job runs everyday at 10:02am

man crontab

  crontab Entry Format
     A crontab file consists of lines of  six  fields  each.  The
     fields  are  separated by spaces or tabs. The first five are
     integer patterns that specify the following:

     minute (0-59),
     hour (0-23),
     day of the month (1-31),
     month of the year (1-12),
     day of the week (0-6 with 0=Sunday).
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