cronbackup.shscript sets up the initial settings for running backups. It uses cron jobs to perform nightly backups of the your current crontab. The crontab is stored by hostname. This way you can have different cron jobs on various machines. You must run this script only once on each machine you wish to preserve cron jobs. The script will backup cron jobs at 12 midnight to
~/.cron-$HOSTwhere $HOST is the hostname.
cronrecover.shscript will recover the cron jobs from the
~/.cron-$HOSTThis will include the cronbackup entry.
[user@host]$ crontab -ewhich will allow the you to remove the line for cron backups. The line you will need to remove will be of the format
0 0 * * * /usr/bin/crontab -l > $HOME/.cron-$HOSTwhere $HOST is the machine name. Please note that cronrecover.sh will delete the current crontab entry and recover the last backed up cron entry.