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how to display my AIX cron jobs

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guys .. i have AIX OS box .. i need to know all the cron jobs running in that system ... how i can display it ??
i don know also where the cron file i dont know where is the default place for the cron jobs file
any help
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Hi,

the cronjobs are in /var/spool/cron/crontabs/username.

List your cronjobs with crontab -l

As root, list the cronjobs of other users with crontab -l username

wmp
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Check this site...

http://www.unix.com/answers-frequently-asked-questions/13527-cron-crontab.html

Hope your problem will be resolved
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