How to create/schedule cron jobs on your server – CronJobs in Kloxo

Cronjob is scheduling a task to run later. The task can be either command or a script. The background process(daemon) behind the cronjob is the crond. In the /etc folder there is a file called crontab where we can write the command or name of the script that is to be executed at as per our customized time. By using the control panel we can manage the Cron-jobs simply. Refer this link to set up your crons via back end ‘Job Scheduling Using Crontab‘.

Here I am explaining the steps for creating/managing cron-jobs via Kloxo panel.

Step 1 : Login to Kloxo control panel, Click here for “How to access kloxo control panel


Step 2 : Click on “Cron Scheduled Task” under the Domain area.
Refer this image for ore clarifications;


Step 3 : There are two option in your Kloxo, Simple and Standard;
In simple section you can create simple cron jobs for every Minute, Hour or Day.


The standard section having the standard cronjob scheduling syntax. You can create a standard Cron here, see the image:


That’s it!


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