I've just recently updated to PHP 7.3 from 7.2 and I'm getting the following warning in System Health Status:
Cron PHP Version Mismatch Your environment appears to be running a different PHP version (7.2.23) for the System Cron than the currently loaded PHP version (7.3.11). This may cause issues running your System Cron. This is the log for the System Health:
WHMCS Health Check ================================================================================ error: * The system cron does not appear to have completed successfully within the last 24 hours. Check your activity logs or learn more about enabling the cron in our documentation. warning: * Your environment appears to be running a different PHP version (7.2.23) for the System Cron than the currently loaded PHP version (7.3.11). This may cause issues running your System Cron. notice: * Your PHP memory_limit value 1024M meets the recommended value of 128M. * - Your environment appears to meet the minimum requirements for Automatic Updates. To update, you will need to ensure you have at least 250MB of available disk space. * You are running MariaDB version 10.3.20. This version supports all features required for full compatibility with WHMCS. * A verified SSL certificate was detected for your site. * cURL reports that it does support Secure TLS 1.1 and 1.2 * cURL reports that it does support SSL * You currently have version 7.66.0 of cURL installed. This version uses a secure cipher list. * Your PHP environment uses a valid timezone. * PHP session support is enabled.Session autostart is disabled.The PHP session save path /var/cpanel/php/sessions/ea-php73/ is writable. * Your PHP installation has all required functions enabled for WHMCS to operate. * Your permissions are appropriately restrictive. * Your PHP installation has all recommended extensions loaded and enabled required by certain modules and addons of WHMCS. * Your PHP installation has all extensions loaded and enabled required for WHMCS to operate. * Your system is setup to not log unnecessary error levels. * Your system is not currently set to display errors. * Your PHP version 7.3.11 is supported by WHMCS. Your PHP version is actively supported by PHP for both bug fix and security releases. * Your WHMCS installation is using custom templates which will not be overwritten on upgrade. * You are using custom paths for all the recommended WHMCS directories. * Your SMTP settings are using encryption to ensure that sensitive data in email cannot be leaked in transit to your mail transport agent. debug: * Here are the paths for customisable directories in your WHMCS installation: - Attachments directory: /home/username/attachments - Downloads directory: /home/username/downloads - Compiled templates directory: /home/username/templates_c - Cron directory: /home/username/crons - Admin directory: /home/username/public_html/admin_folder All the cron seems to be running when i check the Activity log but I'm missing the daily WHMCS Cron Job Activity email:
I need to manually invoke the server usage checking (overuse) on our shared server to troubleshoot a Virtualmin issue whereby Virtualmin usage statistics and WHMCS usage statistics are completely mismatches (or just missing). I note in the manual a command:
php -q /home/folder/public_html/crons/cron.php all -F -vvv
This command runs "all" the 27 tasks. However, I just need it to run for "Server Usage Stats".
Is this possible? Is there some other way? I'm scared to run it for "all" because I'm afraid I'll generate invoices alerting my clients to problems in our system.
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Since 7.7 I'm getting email alerts several times a day for transfer and expiration day syncs. Can disable these emails? I like having it going but I don't need messages each time it runs.
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