Here is an example of a bash script that can be used in a crontab file to run a Python file as a Streamlit application:
#!/bin/bash # Set the PATH variable to include the location of the Streamlit executable PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/bin # Execute the Python file as a Streamlit application streamlit run /path/to/python_file.py
This bash script sets the
PATH variable to include the location of the
streamlit executable, and then runs the Python file as a Streamlit application using the
streamlit run command.
To use this bash script in a crontab file, you would need to replace
/path/to/python_file.py with the path to your Python file. You should also make sure that the bash script is executable by giving it the appropriate permissions, using the
chmod command. For example:
chmod +x /path/to/bash_script.sh
Then, you can add the bash script to your crontab file using the
crontab -e command and following the format described in the previous answer. For example, to run the bash script every day at 8:00 AM, you would add the following line to the crontab file:
0 8 * * * /path/to/bash_script.sh
This will run the Streamlit application according to the schedule specified in the crontab file.