Crontab schedule in different timezones
Just set in your crontab file variable TZ=Some/Where You can set TZ several times to have separate jobs rund in separate timezones. For example:
TZ=UTC * 7 * * * root date | mail root TZ=CEST * 7 * * * root date | mail root TZ=PCT * 7 * * * root date | mail root
at 7:00 UTC (or timezone you have cron daemon run) three jobs will run, but each have its own TZ variable.
With the CentOS/RHEL version of cron just add the line:
This will run the schedule according to New York time but the task will run in the default time zone.