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A cron job is a Linux command used to schedule tasks for future execution. It allows you to automate repetitive tasks, such as sending notifications or running scripts at specific intervals.


On the CronJobs page you can view currently scheduled tasks, create new, edit or delete them.


The TimeZone setting is handy for running scheduled cronjobs in your local timezone.

Add a CronJob

To create a new cronjob click on the 'Create CronJob' button and in the new form set the script to be executed and desired schedule.


The first field allows you to set a predefined schedule:

  • Once per minute
  • Once per 5 minutes
  • Twice per hour
  • Once per hour
  • Twice per day
  • Once per day
  • Once per week
  • Twice per month (every 1st and 15th of the month)
  • Once per month
  • Once per year


Edit a CronJob

To edit an existing cronjob, click on the 'Edit' button next to it. This action will open a modal displaying the current cronjob as saved in the crontab file.


To modify the schedule for when the script is executed, update the first part of the script. You can configure the schedule using a tool such as

To alter the script that is executed, modify the part following the cron schedule.

Delete a CronJob

To delete a cronjob, click on the 'Delete' button next to it. This action will open a modal asking you to confirm the deletion.


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