Cron output is scattered in email or log files, making it hard to find when there’s a problem
Missing or truncated events and inconsistent time stamps can complicate and slow down troubleshooting
Manually combing through logs, correlating events, and time stamps can make tracking cron job performance issues quite time-consuming
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