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Run Cron Job every 59 minutes (1 hour) with Node-Cron

See original GitHub issue

I’m more familiar with cron than with node-cron. I just need to run an task each hour, every day. Is this right?

var CronJob = require('cron').CronJob;
var job = new CronJob('* * 59 * * *', function() {
 // do something

  }, function () {
    /* This function is executed when the job stops */
  true, /* Start the job right now */
  timeZone /* Time zone of this job. */

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 6 years ago
  • Comments:6

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liukuncommented, Apr 5, 2017

Seems should be '00 59 * * * *' to run at 0:59 1:59 2:59 … 23:59

RojaPadicommented, Sep 10, 2018

import cron from ‘node-cron’;

cron.schedule(‘*/59 * * * *’, function () { subscriptionStatusExpiry(); });

->subscriptionStatusExpiry() is function name ->this is worked for 59th minute of every hour

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