Run shell scripts in order

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asked Dec 29, 2013 by midimo

I have 3 commands that I am trying to run when the system start as a cronjob.

# Sleep at startup
sleep 2m
#command num 1:
sleep 5
#Command num 2:
java -jar file.jar
sleep 5
#Command num 3:
sh ./

is there any way to make this script more efficient using a loop, some way to make sure every script is running before executing the next one.

1 Answer

+1 vote
answered Nov 29, 2018 by hmm

I would use && between each command as it executes each command, only if the previous one succeeded! For example:

# Sleep at startup
sleep 2m
./trace.out && java -jar file.jar && sh ./
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