Maybe this will help,
I use lynx -d to do some stuff on the database every day. Basically, I just
made a php page that does the thing I need to do in the database and it
doesn't generate any output.
My command is lynx -d http://website/phppage.php
Hope this helps.
> From: "Simon R Jones" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2001 17:27:02 -0000
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] running PHP from the cron
>>> I have PHP installed as an Apache module and I can't have it as
>> CGI.. now
>>> I'm looking into ways to run PHP scripts off the cron, and I saw
>> Rebuilt php again and don't specify the apache configuration option. This
>> will build php as a CGI program which you can then use in cron.
>> Does anyone else do this? I'd love it if the default php build still built
>> the CGI when building the apache plugin.
> thanks for the reply Dave,
> my point is that I do not have access to certain root stuff on Apache (it's
> a virtual server) so I am forced to only use PHP as a module, which to be
> honest I prefer to do since as far as I'm aware that makes it faster and
> it's only for some cron job stuff where the CGI option becomes more useful
> (to me at least).
> So I'm wondering if anyone has any experience of using fetch to parse PHP
> scripts off the cron. An example (from PHPAds) is below..
> 59 23 * * * fetch -o -
> I'm wondering if there are any pros/cons to this approach, and whether there
> are any better ways of running PHP off the cron bar resorting to CGI.
> best wishes,
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