Magento 2 How to Run cron job manually via Command Line
Magento has a way to make all of your future plans! First, let’s talk about the cron job. This type of task is used by many Magento features. A partial list of these are: catalog price rules, generating Google sitemaps, customer alerts/notifications for changes in product prices, product stock, reindexing, and private sales. If you use Adobe Commerce, it works for private sales. Magento also has something called automatic currency rate updates and all confirmation emails and emails for transactions too.
In this tutorial, we will talk about How to Run cron job manually via Command Line in Command Line Series. As you know, from Magento 2, they add many commands in
bin/magento. This may be difficult to approach, so let me explain in more detail about How to Run cron job manually via Command Line.
How to Run cron job manually via Command Line
Go to Magento admin root folder and show usage:
php bin/magento cron:run --help
Usage: cron:run [options] Options: --group=GROUP Run jobs only from specified group --bootstrap=BOOTSTRAP Add or override parameters of the bootstrap -h, --help Display this help message -q, --quiet Do not output any message -V, --version Display this application version --ansi Force ANSI output --no-ansi Disable ANSI output -n, --no-interaction Do not ask any interactive question -v|vv|vvv, --verbose Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug Help: Runs jobs by schedule
Syntax to Run Cron Manually
php bin/magento cron:run [options]
Let run cron job manually command line. Type in the command line in root folder of Magento 2:
php bin/magento cron:run
Ran jobs by schedule.
You may get this error:
[Exception] Warning: file_put_contents(./var/cache//mage-tags/mage---6b9_TRANSLATE): failed to open stream: Permission denied in ./vendor/colinmollenhour/cache-backend-file/File.php on line 663 cron:run [--group GROUP] [--bootstrap BOOTSTRAP]
You should make sure the
var folder is writable.
Run Cron job with options
--group=GROUP: Run jobs only from specified group
--bootstrap=BOOTSTRAP: Add or override parameters of the bootstrap
All done! Using the Command Line to run cron jobs manually is not difficult at all, right? I hope you could do it right away after one try, but if not, don’t worry, contact us here or comment below for further support.
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