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how to add process in server?

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when ever i login to my cpanel

 

 

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i saw this

CPU usage0 , memory usage , process 0

 

i want to know how to add process ??

how to use it ?

can i program it to do a talk in my absence ?

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Those figures only show anything if there is a PHP process running at the very same second you get to that page. For a low-traffic site that may be a rare occurrence.

 

Create a script with something like a sleep(100) so it runs for a long time, go to it in your browser, and reload the CPanel page.

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ok 

 

thxx

& is theie is any way to program my website to do some task in my absence ?

i mean do something 24*7

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Yes, in general (depends if your hosting allows it), but there are very few reasons why you should ever do that.

 

What do you need it to do?

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Yes, in general (depends if your hosting allows it), but there are very few reasons why you should ever do that.

 

What do you need it to do?

 

 

Can make a cron job to run scripts a timely manner to either check something or perform a task, can also include or write code right into your scripts some actions to take upon certain conditions, even exec a shell script.

 

Since you have cpanel

https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/Cron+Jobs

 

yes i want to perform some check , also i want to run some scripts adter a certain time (on daily basis)

 

if i do that manually it will take too much time :(

 

& its also possible to program a script to run a .sh script in my linux server automatically ?

 

 

thxx quickold car :)

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