Support » Plugin: Warm Cache » Cron job CPANEL example

  • Resolved treeflips

    (@treeflips)


    Love what you’ve done here and so grateful for you!

    Can you give us an example cPanel cronjob command? I just want to make sure I’m doing it right.

    Currently using:
    wget -q -O /dev/null "https://www.domain.com/?warm_cache=SDF9867" > /dev/null 2>&1

    The command seems fine as it’s showing up in my server logs…but from the plugin settings in WP admin, I don’t see it showing the cron crawls showing up on the crawl report. I only see crawl reports if I visit the crawl URL manually.

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  • Plugin Author ramon fincken

    (@ramon-fincken)

    No .. I cannot guess your local wget or curl path. Even if you tell me your CP is Cpanel.

    Please ask your webhost for the specific path for your server.

    No worries, I figured it out. Thank you!

    It would be great if you had at least an example line and then with notes about having them check for the exact path.

    Plugin Author ramon fincken

    (@ramon-fincken)

    The current howto states

    = How to run a cronjob? =
    > Ask your webhost how to set up a get call using wget or curl. See Installation for instructions howmany times you should call the cronjob.

    If you have a suggestion how to improve that, please let me know

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