How to Display the List of All Jobs in Cron / Crontab

How to view the Crontab list of jobs

 

To view Root’s Cron Jobs
crontab -l
View a User’s Cron Jobs
crontab -u username -l

Example with user testuser:

crontab -u testuser -l
View Daily Cron Jobs

First view all the daily cron jobs:

ls -la /etc/cron.daily/

Then view a specific daily cron job:

less /etc/cron.daily/filename

Example with filename logrotate:

less /etc/cron.daily/logrotate
View Hourly Cron Jobs

First view all the hourly cron jobs:

ls -la /etc/cron.hourly/

Then view a specific hourly cron job:

less /etc/cron.hourly/filename

Example with filename 0anacron:

less /etc/cron.hourly/0anacron
View Weekly Cron Jobs

First view all the weekly cron jobs:

ls -la /etc/cron.weekly/

Then view a specific weekly cron job:

less /etc/cron.weekly/filename

Example with filename weeklyexample:

less /etc/cron.weekly/weeklyexample
View Monthly Cron Jobs

First view all the monthly cron jobs:

ls -la /etc/cron.monthly/

Then view a specific monthly cron job:

less /etc/cron.monthly/filename

Example with filename readahead-monthly.cron:

less /etc/cron.monthly/readahead-monthly.cron
View /etc/crontab
less /etc/crontab