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Cron Job in Laravel [duplicate]

Posted by: admin October 29, 2017 Leave a comment


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To create a cron job as root, edit your cron file:

[sudo] crontab -e

Add a new line at the end, every line is a cron job:

25 10 * * * php /var/www/<siteName>/artisan <command:name> <parameters>

This will execute the same command at 10:25AM everyday.

Just make sure you keep a blank line after the last one. And you also might need to use the full path of your php client:

25 10 * * * /usr/local/bin/php /var/www/<siteName>/artisan <command:name> <parameters>


You could register your cron job like this:

php /path/to/your/laravel/project/artisan your-custom-command


See my answer on this question, my example is for L3 but should work for Laravel 4 accordingly.