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Scheduling is the concept of allowing a task to run at regular intervals, after another event or at a later date. It's an important concept to understand and use as it allows repetitive tasks to be automated reliably.
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The output of crontab -l contains the following job definitions:
MAILTOemail@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org 0 0,12 1 */4 * df -h / @hourly du -h / >> /var/log/disk_usage 0 6 1-12 * * /usr/bin/testdome_candidates
Select all the statements about the job definitions and schedules that are correct.
(multiple correct answers possible)