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I've tried many solutions, but can not seem to get cron restored. It was working fine and suddenly it no longer does. I have Truncated the cron_schedule table, but it doesn't populate. If I run cron.php (Had to remove the block from .htaccess) it will populate the cron_schedule table, however the cron I used that previously worked, no longer works.

sh /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.sh 

I have tried

/home/vigeos/public_html/cron.sh /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.php -mdefault
/home/vigeos/public_html/cron.sh /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.php -malways

and

/bin/sh /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.sh

I even ran which php and changed cron.sh to be

PHP_BIN=`/usr/local/bin/php`

Still no results.

I also tried to change permissions of cron.sh and cron.php to be 744 which also did not work. I'm running out of ideas here. I even restarted cron daemon in between.

Any suggestions?

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I realize this is an old post, but did you ever get this resolved? I have run into some cron issues recently and, as far as I can tell, the cron.sh file got corrupted at some point in the 1.9 releases. There are tabs where there should be spaces and missing spaces around one of the ;. Bash scripts are VERY picky about spacing, so even if it looks right, 1 tab does NOT equal 3 spaces in Bash world. I fixed that and everything started working again.

  • This does not really answer the question. If you have a different question, you can ask it by clicking Ask Question. You can also add a bounty to draw more attention to this question. - From Review – Jai May 15 at 0:28
  • Sure it does! If your issue is a corrupt file, you can solve it by fixing that. Feel free to alter it or make it a comment instead, but I contest it does address the OP. – BrianVPS May 17 at 20:47
  • Sorry for delayed response. Yes, I figured it out. I will post my solution. – vigeos.net Jun 24 at 3:18
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/usr/local/bin/php /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.php -mdefault
/usr/local/bin/php /home/vigeos/public_html/cron.php -malways

This is how I solved the problem

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