The Skpr CLI can suspend configured CronJobs so that new jobs are not started until you have resumed them.
An example of when it would be useful to suspend CronJobs would be to prevent them from being created during an application deployment. We have a blog post showing how this could be implemented via GitHub Actions.
CronJob suspension is recommended as only as a temporary measure while you should consider commenting or removing CronJobs from your Skpr configuration if you intend to do this any longer.
One the temporary measure is no longer required, you should resume the CronJobs on your environment.
$ skpr cron resume dev All Cron tasks have been resumed.
$ skpr cron resume --help usage: skpr cron resume <environment> Resume all Cron tasks Flags: --help Show context-sensitive help (also try --help-long and --help-man). Args: <environment> Environment name.
After Suspending CronJobs, consider one of the following: