In this post, we’ll show you how to set up a cron job and create a task in the panel.

How can I create a Cron Job in Plesk?

You should be searching for a way to set up a scheduled job or a Cron in the Plesk interface. Adding a Cron (scheduled job) to Plesk has many speed and accessibility advantages. If you’re not sure how to add up the scheduled tasks correctly, here’s a comprehensive step-by-step tutorial to creating a Cron Job in Plesk Panel.

Creating a Cron Task in Plesk Panel: A Step-by-Step Guide

You may notice some variations in building up Cron Jobs depending on the version of Plesk you’re running. With a few little design changes, however, the following advice may be very useful for you. If you follow the steps carefully, you’ll be able to set up a Cron Job with ease.

1. Log into your “Plesk Panel”

2. Go to the “Tools & Settings” panels once you’ve signed in.

3. Click on the “Scheduled Tasks”

4. You’ll find options like “Add Task,” “Refresh,” “Remove,” and “Settings”

5. Click on “Add Task” and fill in the following details

6. “Command,” “Fetch a URL,” and “Run a PHP Script” are the four types of tasks you may put here.

7. Select the appropriate work type and then fill in all of the tasks; you can also choose an email address to receive job alerts.

8. After that, click “OK” to finish adding the Cron Task.

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