A Cron Tasks is a Linux command for scheduling a task (command). Cron Tasks allow you to automate certain commands or scripts on your server to complete repetitive tasks automatically. This can be a very resourceful tool as a Cron tasks can be set to run by the minute, hour, day of the week, day of the month, month, or any combination of these. For additional information on Cron Jobs, use the following resources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron
You'll see in this page multiple select options fields, let's explain each one of them:
- New Badge Reset Period. Allow you to set the period in which a badge of the products change on your site such as New badge and Featured badge.
- Download Link Expire Period. Allow you to set the expire period for A Download link in your site,which the Download link is not available any more.
- Users Temporary Period. Allow you to set the users' temporary period on your site, which is the available time to verify their registration.
- Package Extra Reset Period. Allow you to set the package extra reset period on your site.
- Package Fair Reset Period. Allow you to set package fair reset period on your site,which make you manage the usage of your package such as you can divide it and use a specific amount at a specific period.
- Download Visitor Reset Period. Allow you to set the download visitor reset period on your site,which determine a period for a visitor to download from the site.
- Filter Cache Expire. Allow you to set the cache expiration period on your site.so that your disk space is not being used up by unnecessary files.
- Save Options Button. A button to click to save the updates you have made in this page.
- The Cron Tasks Instructions Section. Which is the section in the bottom of this page, you'll find all the cron tasks instructions in this section, the files you have to run and example for Linux platform.