|Cron is the tool used to control the frequency of the stats tally. You can easily change how often it will happen by simply modifying the cron job.|
Cron file for RedHat: /etc/cron.d/directadmin_cron
Cron file for FreeBSD: /etc/crontab
Edit the cron file and locate the line that looks like the following:
10 0 * * * root echo 'action=tally&value=all' >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queueThat means that the tally will be run 10 minutes after midnight every day.
If you'd like to (for example) run the tally every 4 hours, you'd change it to:
10 */4 * * * root echo 'action=tally&value=all' >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queueOne important thing to remember is that for very large servers, with upwards of 1000 domains, the tally can take a significantly long time to run (up to 2 hours), so if you run a large server, you may not want to run the tally too often.
Once you've set the value you want, save the file and reload the cron daemon:
killall -HUP crond
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