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How To list all cron jobs from all users

To list all cron jobs from all users in your linux system:

for user in $(cut -f1 -d: /etc/passwd)
do
  echo $user
  crontab -u $user -l
done

An alternative to your issue would be to place them in cron.d folder and specify the appropriate user per cron as in example:

00 01 * * * user /home/user/user-script.sh

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