[thelist] php timer

Carlos Costa Portela ccosta at servidores.net
Sat Jul 19 16:18:27 CDT 2003

	You can do that in php, of course, if you have php installed so
you can run it from command line. Use cron to get what you want. Something
like this (crontab entry):

30 15 * * * /usr/local/bin/php myscript.php

where myscript.php is your php script, and /usr/local/bin is the path to
your php executable. The script will be executed at 15:30 everyday

	Hope this helps,

 On Sat, 19 Jul 2003, Charles Cattell wrote:

> i need to know if there is a way to automatically trigger a php script at a
> certain time everyday, regardless of site activity, ect. i was told by a
> co-worker that this is impossible in php, but maybe possible in c, but we
> have no knowledge of c at all, or to set a command in the unix system to run
> the script... any suggestions would be helpful, but i would prefer the php
> way if it is possible
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