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Similar to e.g.:

$civicrm_setting['Directory Preferences']['extensionsDir'] = '/Applications/MAMP/htdocs/Louise/git-7/sites/semper-it.local/civicrm/extensions';

Can I do something that sets all scheduled jobs to => disabled?

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There's a new feature in the latest 4.7 that allows you to configure your site as non-production, which should do a bunch of things like this.

https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/misc/staging-production/

If you're using an older version of CiviCRM, you can manually disable all the jobs with this sql:

UPDATE civicrm_job SET is_active = 0;

But you'd want to make sure (manually) that some don't get auto-enabled (e.g. via the managed record feature in an extension).

Ultimately, the safest way to run a non-production site is in some kind of container that doesn't allow outgoing requests/emails.

  • Yes - but what about 4.6ers? – KarinG - Semper IT Nov 21 '17 at 21:44
  • Yeah, that would need a different approach, and I don't think there are any civicrm.settings.php entries that would work either, since those are from 4.7. You'd probably want a little extension to do this, to just run a little sql that disables all the extensions, something like: UPDATE civicrm_job SET is_active = 0; – Alan Dixon Nov 22 '17 at 22:06

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