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The QStar software is provided with a scheduler that acts in the same way crontab works under Linux. Even the notation used to indicate the timings of execution of the job is taken directly from the crontab notation. Apart from the native commands of the QStar software, any command or script can be assigned to a job and scheduled in the same manner.

In the actual configuration of the PETAL Archive, the scheduler is set up to run the following jobs:

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which provides information on the scheduled jobs and the latest running times. More details can be requested using the option -l.

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