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run_logcheck is a simple wrapper script to check for a running
logcheck process before starting a new one. This is used to prevent
the annoying dogpiling effects of having logcheck processes running
one after another and using up CPU and memory resources on a server.

## Installation

    cd to run-logcheck directory

The installation script will copy the run_logcheck script to:


## How to Use

Update your /etc/cron.d/logcheck cronjob by substituting the default
cron task with a task to execute run_logcheck:


    #2 */8 * * *       logcheck    if [ -x /usr/sbin/logcheck ]; then nice -n10 /usr/sbin/logcheck; fi
    2 * * * *          logcheck    "$RUN_LOGCHECK"

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