Cron Job in cPanel

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Hello , I want to create a cron job in cPanel. Any suggestions?
 
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You can follow the below procedure to create a cron job in cPanel:

Step 1: Log in to cPanel, Go to Advanced section and click the Cron Jobs icon

Step2: Select the Add New Cron Job section. You have 2 options, you can either choose from the common settings drop-down menus or fill out your own custom values such as:

Common Settings: It allows you to select a preset interval for your Cron job to run. But if you have not chosen one of the preset common settings, select the mentioned other options:

Minute: Either enter a custom value or select a preset value from the Common Settings menu
Hour: Either enter a custom value or select a preset value from the Common Settings menu
Day: Either enter a custom value or select a preset value from the Common Settings menu
Month: Either enter a custom value or select a preset value from the Common Settings menu
Weekday: Either enter a custom value or select a preset value from the Common Settings menu. You can set the cron job twice a day.

Step3: Enter the command you want to run in the Command field and click Add New Cron Job. It can be any command which can be able to run from the Linux terminal. A confirmation will appear to confirm that the job has been added.
 
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