I'm not really an administrator and need some help setting up a cron, well actually calling a PHP script from the command line in the first place.
I have a PHP5 script that I need to run at the following location:
Before setting up a cron for that, I wanted to test this manually, like so:
This results in nothing. I can confirm that that script did not run. There is also no error. However, if I cd into the directory, and then call the script:
cd /var/www/apps/myapp/services php myservice.php
It does work, as I can see from the log file of that script. It must be something incredibly simple that I'm overlooking, but how can I call that PHP script from the command line in one go, without going into the directory first?
PS: I'm on Debian Edge, using Apache2 and PHP5.