Brian Candler wrote:
> Don't bother. The operating system will close all open filehandles when 
> the process terminates.

Thanks. With the same script I have another issue. When I execute the 
script from the command line it runs flawlessly, but when it's executed 
from cron I get the following error in my script: no such file to load 
-- mysql

The line where the error occurs is:
r = Rate.find(:first)

My crontab looks like this:
* * * * * /usr/local/bin/ruby 
/home/mischa/railsapps/aexscript/periodic/get_rate.rb production >> 
/home/mischa/railsapps/aexscript/periodic/get_rate.log

So I use full path to everything.

Any ideas??

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