script.phpruns with the PHP settings of the sub.example.com site.
/usr/local/php72/bin/php /home/example/example.com/sub/script.php- script
script.phpruns without using the PHP settings of the sub.example.com site.
To add a cron task, do the following:
To specify when to start Cron tasks, a specific syntax is used for each value of the specified time. Syntax elements can be combined with each other by separating them with a comma, for example:
*/30, 1-10, 53 - the task will be launched at: 00, 01 and all numbers up to 10, 30, 53.
*/X- launching the task at a time multiple of the specified in X. For example, an indication
*/20for seconds and minutes will run the task in the following values: 00, 20, 40.
1,2,3- enumeration of the required values separated by commas.
1-10- an indication of the interval of the desired values, in the example all numbers from 1 to 10 will be used.
*- any value.
The video shows the old form of adding a task, but the general principles of cron operation have remained unchanged.