With Advanced Cron Manager you can manage WP Cron events:
Advanced Cron Manager PRO
PRO version includes
- Cron Logger – log cron’s execution times easily
- Events rescheduling – change event next execution date to control server load
- Error catcher – catch cron task’s fatal errors and get them displayed in the log
- Performance stats – see how much time and memory particular event took
- Debug tool – log any useful informations from Cron callback
Informations about WP Cron
Please remember – after deactivation of this plugin added Schedules will be not available. Added Events will still work.
Important – WordPress Cron is depended on the User. WP Cron fires only on the page visit so it can be inaccurate.
Download and install this plugin from Plugins -> Add New admin screen.
Plugin’s page sits under Tools menu item.
Tasks yes. Schedules no.
When you pause an event it’s really unscheduled and stored in the wp_option. If you unpause it, it will be rescheduled. All paused events are rescheduled on plugin uninstall.
It’s used for action. For example if your hook is hook_name you’ll need to add in PHP:
add_action( ‘hook_name’, ‘function_name’ )
No. This is not safe. You can, however, copy the sample implementation and paste it into you own plugin or theme’s function.php file.
Yes, but WP-Cron Control is quite old and it’s tactics is not needed anymore. Advanced Cron Manager can disable spawning WP Cron on site visit and will give you useful informations about added Server Cron task.
View, pause, remove, edit and add WP Cron events and schedules.View Cart
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