Ya,After seeing this bug, I checked on my cron jobs and found they were not working either. After a bit of investigation I found the crontabs problem: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=653132 Work around: Find any crontab that is using run-parts and make sure you add a trailing / to the directory name passed as an argument. (I think :-).
I found this from the diffs of the old run-parts and new.
I added the slash and am waiting to see if things work.
< for i in $(LC_ALL=C; echo $1/*[^~,]) ; do
> for i in $(LC_ALL=C; echo $1*[^~,]) ; do
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