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[Resolved] Schedule cron job?

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  • Plugin Author mtilly

    @mtilly

    We only schedule on regular periods of 3, 6, 12 or 24 hours. We start our schedule in the early morning, so if you chose the daily schedule it would only run once in the early morning.

    Another option is to try the plugin WP-Crontrol. It looks like it lets you schedule cron jobs. The hook you need to schedule is mct_ai_cron_process. You would use the tool to delete the current schedules of mct_ai_cron_process and then add new run times using the mct_ai_cron_process hook. Beware that every time you go into and save the Options page of MyCurator it will create a new cron schedule (that you will then have to delete).

    I haven’t used the plugin, but the description sounds like what you need.

    OK, thanks. I just want to make sure it doesn’t affect my site’s performance during high traffic periods, and I’m not sure how much of a load is caused by the MyCurator process. Maybe I’m I worrying unnecessarily?

    Thanks,
    Mike

    Plugin Author mtilly

    @mtilly

    Since most of the processing is done in our cloud services, you shouldn’t see much load on your blog at all.

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