Creating Cron Jobs (CentOS Web Panel)

CentOS Web Panel allows users and administrators to create and run Cron jobs as needed. The administrator can create a cron job for any user in the administrator panel. Users can only make cron jobs for their own account.

 

Running Cron Jobs as an Administrator

 

  1. Login to  your administrator panel
  2. Search cron under the navigation

  3. Select whether you need the cron to run on the administrator or user accounts

 

Administrator Option

 

This page has four sections

  1. Current cron jobs set


  2. Add a common cron job (run once a day, once a week, once a month, etc…)


  3. Next add a custom cron job (common minutes, hours, days, etc…)


  4. Add full custom cron jobs (no dropdown common options. Just type the exact time you wish to have the job run)

User options

 

This page you can see all active crons for all users and can create a new cron for users. Just select the user and create a cron job options are

  1. Add a common cron job (run once a day, once a week, once a month, etc…)
  2. Add a custom cron job (common minutes, hours, days, etc…)
  3. Add full custom cron jobs (no dropdown common options. Just type the exact time you wish to have the job run)

 

Running Cron Jobs as a User

  1. Login to your user control panel
  2. Then select cron Jobs under the settings area or crontab under the CenOS Web Panel Settings in the navigation.


The options for running cron jobs as the user are:

  1. Current cron jobs  that have been created
  2. Add a common cron job (run once a day, once a week, once a month etc…)

  3. Add a custom cron job (common minutes, hours, days, etc…)


  4. Add full custom cron jobs (no dropdown common options. Just type the exact time you wish to have the job run)

 


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