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hey guys..any of you know why my crontab takes up 20 connections even when all it do is just deleting data from a table?pls help its urgent.thx a million.

netstat -a | grep ":postgres" | wc -l << using this command i found out the number of connection increase by 20 whenever i run the crontab.


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can we see your crontab entry?

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