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Questions regarding the Command Line Interface
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I want to delete every cron job of one user, but there is no cli command to do it.
We have the command v-delete-cron-job that allows you to delete one cron job at a time but there is nothing like v-delete-cron-jobs.
Do you know one way to delete every cron job at a time?
Thanks a lot!
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- Os: Ubuntu 16x
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First you need to get list of all cron jobs with v-list-cron-jobs
Then you can make For loop to delete all of them.
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