SetCronJob is a Linux-compatible service for scheduling cronjobs, commands that are automatically executed at scheduled intervals. Jobs can be set simply by giving SetCronJob a URL to call and a time interval.
SetCronJob keeps an execution log that stores data for up to 20 execution results, including the time, destination IP, and script output for each result. Users can also choose to receive email notifications when an executed cronjob succeeds or fails.
The SetCronJob API allows users to access their cronjobs, groups, and account settings programmatically via REST calls.
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