Frequently Asked Questions
You must have 2 cron jobs to update your system. And each must run every minute.
You need to have Magento cron installed as Magento crontab is used to run Magento cron jobs. Magento cron tasks can work with different configurations. PHP command-line configuration manages a regular cron job that re-indexes indexers, generates emails, generates a sitemap, etc.
Follow these steps to set up Magento 2 crontab:
Step 1. Log in as, or switch to, the Magento file system owner.
Step 2. Change to your Magento installation directory.
Step 3. Enter the command:
bin/magento cron:install [--force]
Use --force to rewrite an existing Magento crontab.
magento cron:install does not rewrite an existing crontab inside #~ MAGENTO START and #~ MAGENTO END comments in your crontab.
Magento crontab test view can be done by entering the following command as the Magento file system owner:
Here's an example:
#~ MAGENTO START c5f9e5ed71cceaabc4d4fd9b3e827a2b
* * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/html/magento2/bin/magento cron:run 2>&1 | grep -v "Ran jobs by schedule" >> /var/www/html/magento2/var/log/magento.cron.log
#~ MAGENTO END c5f9e5ed71cceaabc4d4fd9b3e827a2b
Working with cron jobs can be easier and more efficient with the Cron Scheduler extension.
Improve the performance of your site with job management, detect cron job errors in time and prevent all possible results that negatively impact Magento. Also, you can easily manage all existing tasks in a single convenient grid.
Here is a list of the extension's features:
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