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« on: February 08, 2015, 10:46:27 AM »
Hi Phil,

Good reading you sent me, thank you, learnt a few things,

At this time I have not set up CronJobs.

mydomain.com/cronjobs/delete_cache_files.php> /dev/null

Do I need to set this delete_cache CronJob?

What setting are best for the delete_cache_files.php?

Is the fact that that I do not have it set up possible affect the modified lines_news.tpl from not updating?

your help appreciated :)


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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2015, 08:25:22 PM »
Hi Phil,

Good reading you sent me, thank you, learnt a few things,

At this time I have not set up CronJobs.

mydomain.com/cronjobs/delete_cache_files.php> /dev/null

Do I need to set this delete_cache CronJob?

What setting are best for the delete_cache_files.php?

Is the fact that that I do not have it set up possible affect the modified lines_news.tpl from not updating?

your help appreciated :)



Hi Burton,

You don't need to setup a cronjob for the cache, it should be set to no cache in the admin anyway.
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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2015, 12:30:02 AM »
Hi Phil,

Oh ok,

I read on this page:   http://www.osdateforum.com/configuration-installation-4/post-osdate-installation-configuration/

If you have CPanel, cronjobs can be established easily by using a Lynx command:

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GET http://www.your_domain.com/path/to/cronjobs/{php file name}.php > /dev/null

This will execute the PHP file remotely. Set Minute = 0, and all other time units to * in order to run this PHP file hourly. Repeat for the various other cronjobs. The "mship_expiry_reminders_email.php" email has an optional "expiry" parameter in the URL string, which permits you to specify the number of days from user profile expiration by which the reminder email should be set (expiry=30 means 30 days in this case). For example, 30 days before a user's profile is set to expire, a renewal "reminder" will be sent.

GET http://www.your_domain.com/path/to/cronjobs/{php file name}.php?expiry=30 > /dev/null

so thought I had to set up the cronjobs

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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2015, 12:41:49 AM »
Hi Phil,

Oh ok,

I read on this page:   http://www.osdateforum.com/configuration-installation-4/post-osdate-installation-configuration/

If you have CPanel, cronjobs can be established easily by using a Lynx command:

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GET http://www.your_domain.com/path/to/cronjobs/{php file name}.php > /dev/null

This will execute the PHP file remotely. Set Minute = 0, and all other time units to * in order to run this PHP file hourly. Repeat for the various other cronjobs. The "mship_expiry_reminders_email.php" email has an optional "expiry" parameter in the URL string, which permits you to specify the number of days from user profile expiration by which the reminder email should be set (expiry=30 means 30 days in this case). For example, 30 days before a user's profile is set to expire, a renewal "reminder" will be sent.

GET http://www.your_domain.com/path/to/cronjobs/{php file name}.php?expiry=30 > /dev/null

so thought I had to set up the cronjobs

Hi Burton,

I said to you, that don't need to setup a cache CronJob as above!!

I did not say you don't have to setup any other Cronjobs anywhere as above.
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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2015, 12:55:02 AM »
Hi Phil,

Ok yes understand, no need to setup the CronJob Cache, yet the other Cronjobs can be set up as required.

So another question: what is this CronJob required for: send_osdatemails.php ?

At the moment Members are receiving email notification of Winks, Hot List, Buddy List.

But No Email notification of Messages received.

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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #5 on: February 09, 2015, 01:08:16 AM »
Hi Phil,

Ok yes understand, no need to setup the CronJob Cache, yet the other Cronjobs can be set up as required.

So another question: what is this CronJob required for: send_osdatemails.php ?

At the moment Members are receiving email notification of Winks, Hot List, Buddy List.

But No Email notification of Messages received.

Hi Burton,

All emails should be sending, but not the expired emails, being a new setup, there will be no expired profiles yet.

You can send expired emails Manually in the admin or with CronJobs
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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #6 on: February 09, 2015, 01:25:28 AM »
Hi Phil,

Ok understand about the Expiry Cronjob, thank you,

Yet at the moment there are no email notification being sent to members of message arrival.

I see in my Global Configuration - User Controls - Send email to online users? = No

Winks, Hot list, Buddies, are all sending email notifications ok.

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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #7 on: February 09, 2015, 01:42:02 AM »
Hi Phil,

Ok understand about the Expiry Cronjob, thank you,

Yet at the moment there are no email notification being sent to members of message arrival.

I see in my Global Configuration - User Controls - Send email to online users? = No

Winks, Hot list, Buddies, are all sending email notifications ok.

Hi Burton,

It's up to you, if you want to Send email to online users then it would be Yes
By default setup it's normally yes.
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Re: CronJobs
« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2015, 02:04:16 AM »
Hi Phil,

Ok - Send email to online users? = YES  - now email notifications of messages being sent to Members,

Thank you Phil :)