Why doesn't the cronjon start automatically after I rebooted the server?
Hi Why doesn't the cronjon start automatically after I rebooted the server? I always have to do this manually. All crons are entered in the crontab file. We have 100 Magento shops. I then have to toast manually for everyone If I start php bin/magento cron: run at the same time or one after the other for all 100 shops, it affects the server's performance for a long time.
Re: Why doesn't the cronjon start automatically after I rebooted the server?
I would suggest you to verify if there is not a syntax error in your Crontab, by listing it in a root shell with crontab -l
You could at the same time verify if the path of the cron executed file are good!
You can also go to your Admin Panel and check the "Status" of "Job Code" in section "REPORTS -> Cron Tasks", you can also verify the "Executed At" and "Finished At" time to see how long it takes to process the Job.
But my feeling is that if you process your 100 shops exactly at the same time, it would put quite a LOAD on your server, mostly if you have a "mechanical" disk drive instead of SSD disk drive...