The system cron script has the following argument input structure: The System Cron will not generate any success console output by default.
Use the verbosity options if you require progressive completion information while attending the manual execution of System Cron invocation.
More information is available at Domains_Tab#Domain_Sync_Enabled and Domain Synchronisation Sample Cron Command The above example will run every 2 days at 3am.
This cron task is only required if you wish to import emails to the support queue via the POP3 protocol (we recommend using Email Piping wherever possible).
This allows very specific control of the tasks performed and the output generated by the script.
For most installations, a simple entry that invokes the System Cron script (crons/cron.php) is all that is needed.
To aide in the transition process to their new locations, Version 6.0 of WHMCS includes proxy files in the old locations that will allow all existing configured cron and piping commands to continue operating without any changes post upgrade to 6.0.
However, we encourage you to update your cron and piping commands to use the new locations at your earliest convenience.
The "--force" option does exactly that..will force execute any application tasks (respective of the command [all, skip, do]) regardless if the task is suppose to run once a day, a month, or at a time other than now.
In some environments or use-cases, having fine-grained control of one or more tasks is important.
The System Cron can be invoked through an HTTP request (provided the script is accessible within the docroot) The follow demonstrates performing all tasks except Domain Renewal Notices and Ticket Escalations Prior to WHMCS Version 6, the automated task files were located across various directories.