On Wed, 2020-03-04 at 09:51 -0600, Frank Cox wrote: > On Mon, 2 Mar 2020 09:16:16 -0600 > Frank Cox wrote: > > > I set this computer up with Centos 8 a few days ago. > > > > "systemctl status mlocate-updatedb.timer" says "Active (waiting)". > > > > But the mlocate database hasn't been updated since the last time I ran > > updatedb manually. > > Just to follow this up, the mlocate database update started working > automatically again by magic. I didn't change anything but it's now updating > itself daily as expected. > Just going through my mail messages, and as a quick reply, if you run 'systemctl list-timers' it will show you when the timer last ran and when it is next due to run. No idea as to why yours seemed to stop then start. John. -- John Horne | Senior Operations Analyst | Technology and Information Services University of Plymouth | Drake Circus | Plymouth | Devon | PL4 8AA | UK ________________________________ [http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/images/email_footer.gif]<http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/worldclass> This email and any files with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the recipient to whom it is addressed. If you are not the intended recipient then copying, distribution or other use of the information contained is strictly prohibited and you should not rely on it. If you have received this email in error please let the sender know immediately and delete it from your system(s). Internet emails are not necessarily secure. While we take every care, University of Plymouth accepts no responsibility for viruses and it is your responsibility to scan emails and their attachments. University of Plymouth does not accept responsibility for any changes made after it was sent. Nothing in this email or its attachments constitutes an order for goods or services unless accompanied by an official order form.