Cron

Discussion in 'Common Questions' started by Stevan, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. Stevan

    Stevan New Member

    Does anyone know the line for the cron setting

    I have tried what I think was right but nothing works

    THXS
  2. esyndnew

    esyndnew Paid Customer

    Hi Stevan,

    the cron.php file for v 2.4 is in the root and not in the /includes folder which is stated in other posts. You could try:
    /usr/bin/wget -O /dev/null -q http://www.yourdomain.com/cron.php

    Cheers
  3. Stevan

    Stevan New Member

  4. wazza

    wazza Paid Customer

    so does this not work using /usr/bin/php ??

    I am getting errors relating to header-lite.php
  5. Vasily B.

    Vasily B. Administrator Staff Member

    Hi

    AFAIK the cron was refactored in way so it could be run via browser. When you start file in as "php -f" it uses a different calls. So it's recommended to run it via any browser simulation way - wget or lynx

    Let us know if you have any questions.
  6. wazza

    wazza Paid Customer

    Hi,

    Seems to be working with wget. But ii am not receiving any emails for listing checks etc... Only the cron email itself...please see below...

    Is there anything else i need to do or check?

  7. Vasily B.

    Vasily B. Administrator Staff Member

    AFAIK there is no need for extra configuration. AFAIK there is no need to configure cron in latest version at all! I'm not sure though. I will ask the guys to advise here!
  8. wazza

    wazza Paid Customer

    Hi VAsily,

    I tried without anything added and the cron keeps recreating the cron.php file on every run...

    Example cron.php.1, cron.php.2, cron.php.3 etc. Please see below output....

  9. wazza

    wazza Paid Customer

    any word on this guys?

    Still can get it working.
  10. Vasily B.

    Vasily B. Administrator Staff Member

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