Stephen Sloan
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  • New Hampshire, USA
process_mailing processing addresses when called in UI but not CRON
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Had the same problem, on Ubuntu change the system time zone with "sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata". Restart the mysql service with "sudo service mysql restart". Can confirm that this gets the cron ...

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Address Settings missing
1 votes

Seems to have been related to an extension, when I removed the extension I was able to get everything working again.

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Broken SMTP after switching to PHP 7.2
1 votes

OK, so I restored my server from a backup (hurrah for backups) before I did the upgrades and the problem persists so it is NOT due to mcrypt or anything to do with PHP 7.2.

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CV Scheduled jobs not firing from cron
1 votes

Is the user "admin" defined in Drupal? If not some commands will not fire under cv. cv needs a user under "username" that is recognized by Drupal as having the rights to fire the command you're ...

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Problem with process_mailing
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1 votes

OK, the answer turns out to be a matter of capitalization. I'm using the cv addon (https://github.com/civicrm/cv) to send the command "job.execute" from cron. My cron line looks like: cv api job....

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Hosting Provider for CiviCRM
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If you're able to set up Drupal on the server, then you probably already have the needed permissions since Drupal has it's own database which can also be used for CiviCRM. Did you set up Drupal ...

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