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MailPoet developers decided for everyone that the real Linux crons brings more issues than it solves. What?
This is quite outrageous in my opinion. The true performance can be achieved ny using proper server setup and their plugin does something weird. Let’s fix Mailpoet to use Linux cron and not something custom solution they made up out of nowhere.
Disable custom Mailpoet cron
wp-content/plugins/mailpoet/lib/Config/Initializer.php, disable comment this line:
So it looks like this:
Setup Linux cron for Mailpoet
First, create the actual PHP file which will call Mailpoet cron:
<?php // Let's load WordPress require( 'wp-load.php' ); \MailPoet\Cron\Triggers\WordPress::run();
Next, create a Linux cron job which calls it:
* * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/html/mailpoet.php
That’s it. Now you can sit back and relax knowing that some crazy custom cron solution is not causing load on your server.