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How to add a scheduled task in Plesk UI using crontab syntax?

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    Benjamin75

    There is no such menu in domains. Scheduled tasks or Tools & Settings > Scheduled Tasks does not exist there

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    Alexandr Zubtsovsky

    "Scheduled task" menu is missing because it was disabled in your service plan. Please contact Plesk server administrator and ask him to enable this menu.

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    Steel Bis

    how can we run cron job between 9 to 5 pm every hour

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  • Hi Steel Bis,

    This should be checked directly with Cron schedule syntax, see here: https://crontab.guru/#0_9-17_*_*_*

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    Felipe Lugo

    Hi, I have a lack of knowledge on how to set up the Scheduled task when using a Ruby app.

    In my app I create a rake task to execute an update and I want to call it using the command option.
    Let's say my rake task is database:update.

    How should I write the command in order to configure properly my Scheduled task ?

    Thanks.

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