First, let me say that the wp_cron did work for me.
But I’m not a newbie to cPanel cron jobs, and I have 4 running on the same domain/server on which I tried to activate the EAN cPanel cron job.
No luck, after several tries.
The diagnostic email I received indicated “500 Internal Server Error”.
The error log shows:
"Undefined index: argv in ean-schedule-newsletter.php, line 4"
Then, as one would expect, line 13 failed: wp-config could not be opened.
Even after modifying php.ini to turn ON “register_argc_argv”, the same problem occured.
It seems that $_SERVER isn’t returning some indices. I’ve had other problems in the past with my own cron-driven scripts when I tried to reference the $_SERVER global. And the manual at php.net warns us that this is often the case with CLI programs.
Any thoughts about a fix for this?
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