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CronJob
11-04-2011, 08:34 AM
Post: #1
CronJob
Hello,

Can you give me again the cronjob that I must run ?

(I have Cpanel)

But I don't sure that Cronjob will work, yesterday it doesn't work apparently...
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11-04-2011, 09:29 AM
Post: #2
RE: CronJob
(11-04-2011 08:34 AM)Buxive Wrote:  Hello,

Can you give me again the cronjob that I must run ?

(I have Cpanel)

But I don't sure that Cronjob will work, yesterday it doesn't work apparently...
Hello!

These are the images included in the script. I think it should explain well how it must be:

24 hour / daily cron job:
[Image: 35n83.png]
Hourly cron job:
[Image: YTx7Y.png]

How it looks when you are done (similar to this):
[Image: FadnL.png]

Let me know if you are still experiencing issues.
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11-04-2011, 09:49 AM
Post: #3
RE: CronJob
Ok but how can I see if the cronjob has been running ?

Because I don't receive any mails about the detail of this cronjob when it's done...

(I put my email in Cpanel to receive an email when the cronbob is done)

But when I put another false command I received a mail with details...

Quite strange...

There is no way to see if cronjob has been executed without any error ?
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11-04-2011, 02:48 PM
Post: #4
RE: CronJob
(11-04-2011 09:49 AM)Buxive Wrote:  Ok but how can I see if the cronjob has been running ?

Because I don't receive any mails about the detail of this cronjob when it's done...

(I put my email in Cpanel to receive an email when the cronbob is done)

But when I put another false command I received a mail with details...

Quite strange...

There is no way to see if cronjob has been executed without any error ?
Well, you can find out if it has been runned by looking at functions that should update each cron job. E.g. for the 24 hour cron job, ads clicked yesterday should be cleared, referral clicks should be updated etc.

Another option is to create a plugin which sends an e-mail notification after each cron job is finish running. I can do that if you're willing to pay for it. Won't be very costly, send me a PM if interested.
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12-24-2011, 07:39 AM
Post: #5
RE: CronJob
hello admin,

is the current script with the bugs for ad reseting? I found twibux, pfbux and buxive coutered the same problem and the worst one is twibux, can't it be fixed?
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12-26-2011, 06:14 AM
Post: #6
RE: CronJob
(12-24-2011 07:39 AM)mikkok Wrote:  hello admin,

is the current script with the bugs for ad reseting? I found twibux, pfbux and buxive coutered the same problem and the worst one is twibux, can't it be fixed?

hello admin,

how about this?
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12-26-2011, 08:42 AM
Post: #7
RE: CronJob
None of these sites have expressed interest in us helping to find the issue so it's difficult to say what the issue is. None of the other sites have had trouble as far as we know. If anyone is willing to let us look at the issue with cPanel access we will.
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