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This turned out to be something adding a blank line in the cron output (see comments above). Since it's not clear what is adding it or how to track it down, a workaround is to adjust the cron command slightly: your-cron-command | grep "." which will remove all blank lines from the output, so if the output is just a newline then after the grep the output ...


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Did you possibly try using https://www.easycron.com/ (as described https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/setup/jobs/#webcron) and seeing if that will work. Like this you can see if the problem is with your civi instalation or your web host.


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I prefer the wp-cli method to all other methods. Can this work at your host? https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/setup/jobs/#wp-cli If you do not have Command line access, but the host provides a cron interface and wp-cli you can create a shell script to call: #!/bin/bash /path/to/cli/php /path/to/wp --user=<cron user> --url=https://<...


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