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Nov 11, 2015

Exporting Cron Jobs in EasyCron

We're happy to announce a new feature which is very useful and can keep our users' mind in peace: Cron Job Exporting.

Now you could down a full backup of your cron jobs added in EasyCron with several clicks.

To do it, just log in and go to "My Account" page, and then click on "Export Cron Jobs" tab, click on "Export my cron jobs" link. A CSV (Comma-Separated Values) file including all your cron job details will be downloaded to your computer.

Currently, cron job details of

  • Cron Job Name,
  • Expression,
  • URL,
  • Email Me (notification setting),
  • Log (execution logging setting),
  • Cookies (cookie variable names and values),
  • POST (post variable names and values),
  • Status (cron job status)
are included in the CSV file.

Drop us a line if you have any advice for the new feature.

Nov 3, 2015

OVH network problem solved

From Nov 2, 17:00 UTC to Nov 2, 22:00 UTC, Our hosting company (OVH, https://twitter.com/ovh_support_en/with_replies) encountered a network problem (fibre-optic cable broken). EasyCron was having slow connections to the internet during the cable fault.

This network issue has caused many of our users' cron jobs timing out and the loading speed of our site slowing down.

We're really sorry for the problem and any inconvenience brought.

Now OVH has fixed the problem, and EasyCron was back to normal since Nov 2, 22:00 UTC.

OVH has a page with the fixing progress of the issue posted at: http://status.ovh.com/?do=details&id=11304

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OVH network problem

Starting from Nov 2, 17:00 till now, OVH network problem is affecting EasyCron's service: