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Old 19th September 2006, 22:18
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Default Make webstats run

Is there a way to make the webstats run whenever you want. I assume that it runs in the early hours. Can I make it run through the day with a command line. but will this affect the main one it would run in the early hours.

So I could run it at mid day and then let it run automaticly at its pre-scheduled.

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The cron job is run at 4.00h in the morning. You can change the time, but it has to be between 0.30h and 12.00h.
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