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    Cron Issue...

    Hi,

    Is anyone else getting a cron daemon email instead of the actual cron job email? I think maybe this might be a php issue, does anyone know if php 7.4 is causing my issue? I deleted my last cron email by mistake, I have to wait to mid-night to get it, and it's only 9:30am right now.

    Brian
    Last edited by Brian Jester; March 17, 2021 at 01:34 PM.
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    Hello,

    What exactly is the problem with cron?

    You'd better use php 7.3 for the script 4.8.0

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    Hi Rudi,

    The email comes in as cron daemon, and the body of the message is all html code, I don't have it handy, (deleted it) but it will be back tonight I am sure when the cron job runs again, I will send it tomorrow my time in this thread. I think php is the culprit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rudi View Post
    Hello,

    What exactly is the problem with cron?

    You'd better use php 7.3 for the script 4.8.0
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    Brian

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    Hi Rudi,

    Here is a screenshot of the email:

    https://ibb.co/0MsxFSg

    Update: I just had my hosting company downgrade my php version from 7.4 to 7.3, but I am still getting the error shown in the screenshot.
    Last edited by Brian Jester; March 20, 2021 at 01:48 PM.
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    Did you follow the instruction on Flynax's Installation Guide on page 15:

    - https://www.flynax.com/files/manuals...on%20Guide.pdf

    I mention this as your file path does not seem to be the same.

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    Your link indicates:

    That page doesn't exist
    The requested page was not found.

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    Sorry the link autodeleted after 30 minutes.
    Here is one that will last all day.

    https://ibb.co/Wt5WMBh

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Can View Post
    Your link indicates:

    That page doesn't exist
    The requested page was not found.

    As I mentioned before, you ask many very important questions.

    You will benefit if you subscribed to paid support.

    Just last week there must have been at least 5 Flynax support staff, developers, technicians assisting me to get my website just right.
    Thank you - Your Welcome
    Brian

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    According to the instructions:

    - "the first part of the command - /usr/local/bin/php represents a path to the PHP library."

    However, the path to PHP varies from hosting company to hosting company; so, the guide might not be right.

    I had to call my provider to get the proper path to insert into the first part of the command, in red below:

    php73 /home/customer/www/website.com/public_html/cron/index.php

    Did you confirm your path to php with your hosting provider?

    You probably already know this but there is a "space" after the path to php in the command line.

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    If you are using cpanel, there is also an example in the cron settings of how to specify the path.
    That's what it looks like to me

    /usr/local/bin/php /home/domainhu/public_html/cron/index.php

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    I got it, I had to contact my webhost, they changed the path and all is working fine.
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    Brian

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