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Scheduled tasks do not start automatically on Plesk for Linux server

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    Edward Greenberg

    Cron was already running

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @Sebastian

    On Ubuntu/Debian it is "cron", while on RHEL it is "crond", so the "systemctl" command is for Ubuntu/Debian, and the "service" one is for RHEL.

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    Sebastian

    The status check command is incorrect.  It should be:

    systemctl status crond.service | grep "Active:"

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