If your CronJobs are suspended, then you'll have the opportunity to resume them.
Resuming CronJobs will queue jobs that haven't been started matching your scheduling rules.
It is recommended to leave CronJobs in the suspended state until any workloads have completed which may write to the database as the operation takes place. There is an example of how you can implement this in a blog post.
$ skpr cron suspend dev -w Waiting for cron to finish All Cron tasks have been suspended.
$ skpr cron suspend --help usage: skpr cron suspend [<flags>] <environment> Suspend all Cron tasks Flags: --help Show context-sensitive help (also try --help-long and --help-man). -w, --wait Wait for running cron tasks to complete Args: <environment> Environment name
After resuming CronJobs, consider one of the following: