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Set l10nupdate cron to run Mon-Thursday
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Per standard operating procedures for deploys/updates to production we should set the daily l10nupdate runs to happen only on Mon-Thurs.

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Change 350749 had a related patch set uploaded (by Reedy; owner: Reedy):
[operations/puppet@production] Run l10nupdate monday to thursday

Technically, shouldn't it be Tuesday-Friday? As it runs at 2am UTC?

I'm speaking in UTC. So UTC Monday 02:00 through UTC Thursday 02:00. Right? :)

Not fussed either way, just it could be interpreted as either..

Friday 2am UTC SFers would be just about. Monday it would be Sunday evening...

Idea was Sunday evening SF time is a few hours before EU Ops/RelEng wake up, so that's OK. And then stop Wednesday evening (SF) to not have l10n break on Friday morning (UTC)/Thursday evening (SF).

Change 350749 merged by Dzahn:
[operations/puppet@production] Run l10nupdate monday to thursday

Mentioned in SAL (#wikimedia-operations) [2017-06-21T00:06:24Z] <mutante> tin (deployment): manually remove l10nupdate cron, let puppet re-create it after gerrit:350749. stops l10nupdate cron from running on weekends. naos didn't need an action. (T164035).

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[tin:~] $ sudo crontab -u l10nupdate -l | tail -2
# Puppet Name: l10nupdate
0 2 * * 1,2,3,4 /usr/local/bin/l10nupdate-1 --verbose >> /var/log/l10nupdatelog/l10nupdate.log 2>&1

[naos:~] $ sudo crontab -u l10nupdate -l | tail -2
# HEADER: not be deleted, as doing so could cause duplicate cron jobs.