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  1. I know that cron can run a script automatically at scheduled intervals but I have no knowledge of how to set this up. Both the cron AND the script. I can learn, obviously, but I have a question before diving in. Can I trigger an unsceduled run of the script from another script? Specifically, I have in mysql a database of number puzzles, the script will check the number of unsolved and generate new ones as needed to keep the number near the planned 1000 point. but if there is a surge of solves I want other script (user interacting script) to trigger the other script if the number drops to 100 or less. I don't want the user script hanging while puzzles are generated so i need to trigger the housekeeper script outside the userscript thread.
  2. Hi we had some software develops that needs to bulk upload from a mailbox. When we are setting up a Cron job within the Plesk control panel on the dedicated server our developer is getting the follow error and not sure of a solution? - Can anyone advise please - Thank you! Getting the following message when I run the cron: PHP Warning: imap_open(): Couldn't open stream {localhost} in /var/www/vhosts/cvdatabase.management/httpdocs/send_email.php on line 116 PHP Warning: imap_num_msg() expects parameter 1 to be resource, boolean given in /var/www/vhosts/cvdatabase.management/httpdocs/send_email.php on line 151 PHP Notice: Unknown: Certificate failure for localhost: self signed certificate: /C=US/ST=Virginia/L=Herndon/O=Parallels/OU=Parallels Panel/CN=Parallels Panel/emailAddress=info@parallels.com (errflg=2) in Unknown on line 0
  3. Hi all. I have a script that i want to run in a cronjob. but i dont know why it's not running. i am using godaddy cpanel ps: when i visit the url of the file, it works as expected, and also when i run it via a form button, it works also. what could be the problem? below is the command i used: /usr/local/bin/php -q /home/username/directory/directory/file-name.php thanks
  4. Hallo! Ik heb net een cron job ingesteld via cpanel. Graag zou ik via php een timer willen hebben om te laten zien hoelang het duurt voordat de cronjob opnieuw word uitgevoerd. Ik heb gegoogled maar kon hier jammergenoeg niets over vinden. Heeft iemand van jullie een idee? Thanks!
  5. If i've got a database of users that have filled out a form, can I use a cron job to send an automated email? If so, what is the best way to "loop" it so that it sends the email once to each user? $data = mysql_query(" SELECT * FROM completed WHERE followupsent='0000-00-00 00:00:00' AND valuesent + INTERVAL 4 DAY <= NOW() ") or die(mysql_error()); while($info = mysql_fetch_array( $data )) { } This checks to see if "followupsent" has been updated already as it updates with NOW() when it sends and also checks to see how many days since the value was sent. I'm worried that by putting the email sending information in the while tags is going to loop for each row and end up sending a ton of emails. Would using if($info = mysql_fetch_array( $data )) { } Send out to the first in the database and then the CRON Job handle the rest by checking every minute which one is next? Cheers
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