I am looking for a guidance to schedule the process to run every 5 or 10 minutes. I could see that option for every 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 45 minutes or 60 minutes.
Please shed some light on it.
If you can run the job Execute process then you have can schedule it with crontab to run every so many minutes.
I see that I have no clue how to use them.
Thank you for the clue. I have figured out the format. One more question that I have I have two jobs. I need to have 5 minutes interval between those jobs. For Example : 1st job runs at 9 AM and 2nd job should run @ 9.05 AM. I dont find where exactly that I need to put the timings.
As above, the crontab format allows you to schedule jobs like that; I always refer to this wiki article when I forget how crontab works;
So 9am every day looks like this;
0 9 * * *
and 9:05 every day like this;
5 9 * * *
(you can't do "5 minutes after the other job has finished" like this though - it is just a time-based schedule only, not event-based)
EDIT : and your original "every 10 minutes" could look like this;
0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * *
3,13,23,33,43,53 * * * *
There is a KB on that
How to use the UNIX crontab entry for scheduling C - CA Knowledge