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This tutorial show you how to setup/create Cron job on cPanel, Plesk or DirectAdmin server panel.


cPanel
Common Settings: [-- Common Settings --]
Minute: 0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55 [-- Common Settings --]
Hour: * [Every hour (*)]
Day: * [Every day (*)]
Month: * [Every month (*)]
Weekday: * [Every weekday (*)]
Command: Enter PHP or WGET command from nTeN script ( Control Panel > Sections > Settings > Cron )

Click here to see screenshot with example of nTeN PTC script Cron job in cPanel.


Plesk ( v11.0.9 )
Switched on: Mark this field
Minute: 0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55
Hour: *
Day of the month: *
Month: Enter the value: *
Day of the week: Enter the value: *
Command: Enter PHP or WGET command from nTeN script ( Control Panel > Sections > Settings > Cron )

Click here to see screenshot with example of nTeN PTC script Cron job in Plesk.


DirectAdmin
Minute: 0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,55
Hour: *
Day of Month: *
Month: *
Day of Week: *
Command: Enter PHP or WGET command from nTeN script ( Control Panel > Sections > Settings > Cron )

Click here to see screenshot with example of nTeN PTC script Cron job in DirectAdmin.


Check if Cron job is called by server, go to ( Control Panel > Sections > Settings > Cron ) and check the date of "Cron job last run:".

This is all, from now your Cron job for nTeN script will be called each 5 minutes.