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the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php's and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - I checked by disabling the crontab entries.

whenWhen I run bin/magento cron:run manually manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour?

I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules, with no luck!

the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php's and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - I checked by disabling the crontab entries.

when I run bin/magento cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour?

I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules, with no luck!

the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php's and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - I checked by disabling the crontab entries.

When I run bin/magento cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour?

I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules, with no luck!

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the bin/magento cron:runbin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php'php's and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - iI checked by disabling the crontab entries.

when I run cron:run manuallybin/magento cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour? I

I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules., with no luck!

the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php' and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - i checked by disabling the crontab entries.

when I run cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour? I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules.

the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php's and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - I checked by disabling the crontab entries.

when I run bin/magento cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour?

I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules, with no luck!

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bin/magento cron:run running for a long time

the bin/magento cron:run entry in my crontab seems to cause a rather high load on the cpu (php' and mysql's cpu usage are permanently both at around 25% each) - i checked by disabling the crontab entries.

when I run cron:run manually, it runs for about a minute - how can I find out what is causing this behaviour? I already tried disabling a few suspicious modules.