sympl-all-crontabs.c should be rewritten in something more portable
* A wrapper script which will do some simple permission and file-presence * checks, then launch the sympl-crontab command for each domain which * is present. * * The way this script works is pretty simple: * * 1. Iterate over every entry beneath /srv * - Ignoring dotfiles. * - Ignoring entries that do not contain /srv/$name/config/crontab * * 2. Once a valid entry has been found ensure that the owner of * /srv/$name and /srv/$name/config/crontab matches. * * 3. Invoke our ruby wrapper as the appropriate user, via /bin/su.
This should really be rewritten in something more portable (to ease install on non-amd64 platforms), or simply use bash instead as there's nothing particularly fancy here.
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