Daily cron is a process that runs at midnight and does very important things for eramba, is a process that must run well or the system wont work well. Until some months ago this process was triggered with a http:// request (www crons) from the crontab - we changed that to CLI crons because in that way the process runs in a more contained way (not subject to network time outs, proxys, etc).
There are still too many people using www crons, we’ll be contacting them one by one to migrate them to CLI. This post will be expanded with clear instructions on how to do that, we will setup Zoom calls with those that need help.
The daily process does many things and can take a long while to run, it should not take longer than 10 minutes … we were looking at the statistics and saw this:
We will be contacting those customers with daily runs > 5 minutes to verify their systems, it could be that they have an unusually large database (rare) or that the infrastructure where eramaba runs is not optimized (in our experience, the most usual, very easy to resolve, cause)