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clone jobs email alert how do i disable it

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by 50r, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. 50r

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    hello guys i am a newbie trying to understand how things work. i also read a lot about how cpanel work but maybe sometimes it just happens that we need some quick response on issues before we are fired from work.

    i set a clone job for our site script and assigned an email to it for alert just to check making sure every thing worked. now the whole day i have been trying to disable the email alert but i have failed to see the option of either disabling it or limiting it to work on other clones but not the one for 5mins interval.

    any help thanks in advance.
     
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    I suspect you mean, cronjob. To edit the cronjob, you'd use the same interface you did to add that cronjob.

    cPanel > Advanced section > Cron Jobs.
     
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    yes i think i thought of that but how?
     
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    In your: cPanel > Advanced section > Cron Jobs
     
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    come on infopro this is the same answer that you gave me above.
     
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    Add the following at the end of your cron job command.
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    > /dev/null 2>&1
    So your cronjob command should look something like.
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    php /home/cpanelusername/public_html/yourcron.php > /dev/null 2>&1
    Let me know if you need any help.
     
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    Indeed. And for good reason. Have you taken a look there? Here's what it days:

    HTH!
     

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