MacSOS has released an update for MacAT, bringing it to version 6.1. MacAT is a "cron" task scheduler designed for the automated performing of common server administration tasks. The update features performance enhancements and bug fixes. According to MacSOS:
MacAT - The leading automated task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators updated to 6.1.
MacAT is a "cron" task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators. It is a PowerPC application that allows more than 42 of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, fortnightly, monthly or yearly without user intervention.
New MacAT v6.1 features (27th free upgrade for registered users):
- Carbon version iMacAT X 6.1i implemented
- Added "Perform Shell Command" task for MacOS X platform
- Added "Boot Volume Free Space" to eMail Vocabulary
- Added new task Send TELNET. Sends a telnet command to a Solaris UNIX server
- "Uncompress File" now decompresses BZip, UUEncode, tar, binhex, stuffit, Zip, AppleSingle, GZip and Lha (via FullStuff XCMD v2.4)
- Date column now sorts chronologically again (Including taking into account the Time column)
- Possible fix for REALbasic i28 day timer not restartingi bug
You can find more information about the MacAT update at the MAcSOS Web site. MacAT 6.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$49.00.