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Old 12th May 2022
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I'd put all of those commands you've strung together into a script, and execute the script.

OpenBSD's cron(8) man page says:
Any output produced by a command is sent to the user specified in the MAILTO environment variable as set in the crontab(5) file or, if no MAILTO variable is set (or if this is an at(1) or batch(1) job), to the job's owner. If a command produces no output or if the MAILTO environment variable is set to the empty string, no mail will be sent. The exception to this is at(1) or batch(1) jobs submitted with the -m flag. In this case, mail will be sent even if the job produces no output.
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