A subordinate charm to setup cron tasks
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- (string) A list of code deployment URLs to keep around. Any versions found locally not in this list will be removed.
- (string) The cron command to run
- (string) The schedule for the cron command. See crontab(5) for details.
- (string) The user to run the cron command as.
- (string) A URL to a tarball of the code
- (string) Extra environment variables for the cron command
- (string) Group to run service as
- (string) The root directory the service will be installed in
- (string) User to run service as