A cron job is a Linux command used for scheduling tasks to be executed in the future. The command is useful for server administrators and server-based application and is most commonly used to complete periodical task on set time schedule.
What can I do with cron jobs?
- Automate repetitive tasks
- Import and export data
- Schedule cleaning of files to conserve disk space
- Schedule scripts
Why are they called cron jobs?
The name originates from the Greek word χρόνος (chronos), which means time.
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Enable & Write Cron Jobs for Strapi
A cron job is a useful utility that can be found in any unix-like operating system. It can be used to schedule time-based commands without human intervention. With Strapi, we can use cron jobs to import data or run application tasks automatically. To write cron jobs in Strapi is super0