The task scheduler allows you to execute tasks on a given schedule. It makes use of UNIX cron.
All scripts excecuted this way are executed as root user - this may be dangerous. Together with Command Scripting this can be used for automating (re-)configuration.
Specify the time interval when <task> should be executed. The interval is specified as number with one of the following suffixes:
none- Execution interval in minutes
m- Execution interval in minutes
h- Execution interval in hours
d- Execution interval in days
If suffix is omitted, minutes are implied.
Set execution time in common cron time format. A cron <spec> of
30 */6 * * * would execute the <task> at minute 30 past every 6th hour.
Specify absolute <path> to script which will be run when <task> is executed.