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2.11.3. Cron job reports

To send reports on the execution of cron tasks to the mail when adding or when editing a task, specify the mailing address in the field “Send report to e-mail»:

Sending reports is based on the use of standard I / O streams in Unix systems. The report is sent only if the script displays any result or error. It is this information that will be in the body of the letter.

Emails will not be sent if:

  • The command being run does not output anything.
  • The command output is suppressed (for example, at the end of the command being run, >> /dev/null 2>&1).

If the script being run does not display any information after execution, then add output commands to the script to get reports on the task launches, like echo or print.


If all the conditions for sending are met, but the letters do not reach the recipient, try using the method described here.