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Hi,

Just a quick question, I have a domain running about 50 crons with some overlapping which is causing issues so my question is, if i setup another domain with cpanel will i be able to split the cron across both accounts?

thanks

Danny
 

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I'd assume that the issue isn't necessarily that the cron service isn't able to keep up but that processing the data to run the job is what the issue is. What are the issues that are being experienced?

If you set up another domain it's still going to have to process the same data and if you add another account to do this it won't have access to the account that you're trying to run the cron for.
 

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The crons now are setup to run a script on the server, so what I was planning on doing is shifting some of the script as cross multiple domains (I have my own dedicated server) and was hoping this would ease the stress on it.

I can have the script modified so it works in series with other scripts that are on a different server but it’s more easing the strain
 

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Wondering is this is an option?

Issue I am having is that I currently have alot of cron Jobs set up, with some crons running for 30 minutes, the crons only job is to execute a URL (script), the script is very big as it connects to Amazon, eBay etc via API to do certain things.

I want to know if I setup multiple sites (3 or 4 different servers) is it possible to have them all update 1 database?

This way I can share the servers load across 3 or 4 instead of 1?

Any help would be appreciated