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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 ...


Did you possibly try using (as described and seeing if that will work. Like this you can see if the problem is with your civi instalation or your web host.


I prefer the wp-cli method to all other methods. Can this work at your host? 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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