How to write Cron with condition Job run from 25th to last day of month at 10:00 AM Edited

How to write Cron with condition Job run from 25th to last day of month at 10:00 AM

Run every month

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Are you talking of script runners escalation service or really of a linux cron job?

I using bamboo and at Triger of Pan. I want to seting time for RUN scrip.

Eg: The 25th day of every month at 10:00 am: 0 0 10 25 * ?

Eg: Daily at 10:00 am: 0 0 10 ? * *

Now : From 25th to last day of month at 10:00 AM is:  0 0 10 25-31 * ?

Correctly???

what does it mean [?] character  ?

Using crontab syntax generator like https://www.crontab-generator.org/ can guide you set up cron job correctly.

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