As far as I know, there is no way to do this in Apache. Instead, use
cron & lynx:
59 23 * * * lynx -dump http://domain.com/script.php > ~/phpdump.txt
If you don't need to save the results, use:
59 23 * * * lynx -dump http://domain.com/script.php > /dev/null
On Wed, 2001-10-17 at 17:05, Richard Baskett wrote:
> How can I execute a php script at a specified time using an Apache server?
> Let's say I wanted to send everyone an email, who had updated their personal
> information within the last 24 hours, every night at midnight...
> I would write a script that would get the current date and time, check a
> mysql database for all rows that met the date critieria, and automatically
> email everyone that met that criteria.
> I am guessing most administrators would not want to make sure they are in
> front of a browser at midnight every night to run the script, so how can I
> do this? :)
> Thanks ahead of time!
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