There are several reasons why Cronjobs get deactivated automatically. One common root cause is an error during their execution and administrators tend to not notice this in time or only with a significant delay. This might result in an important task not getting performed as expected. If critical Cronjobs are affected, performance issues or unexpected behaviour of functionalities can arise.
The plugin "Disabled Cronjob" is solving this problem and allows administrators to rely on the execution of their Cronjobs again.
To directly give you an overview, the plugin displays a user notice specifying the disabled Cronjobs in the frontend, which only users that have the right to manage Cronjobs can see. You can deactivate the plugin in the module options.
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