On boot cronjob doesn’t get executed properly

On boot cronjob doesn’t get executed properly

Good day,

I’ve defined a "@reboot" cronjob via DirectAdmin because I want a script to be started on boot. When I view the cron log it does get started, however, the script doesn’t seem to do what it should. Is there something wrong with my command? It only needs execution rights for my user, right?

Command:

Code:

cd ~/app/ && ./forever_start.sh


(I’m first using ‚cd’ to make sure the working directory is correct)

Thanks in advance.


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