MDL-55980 Scheduled tasks: Run individual scheduled tasks from web
[moodle.git] / admin / tool / task / lang / en / tool_task.php
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1<?php
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16
17/**
18 * Strings for component 'tool_task', language 'en'
19 *
20 * @package tool_task
21 * @copyright 2014 Damyon Wiese
22 * @license http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU GPL v3 or later
23 */
24
0a5aa65b 25$string['asap'] = 'ASAP';
38fa1ca5 26$string['backtoscheduledtasks'] = 'Back to scheduled tasks';
309ae892 27$string['blocking'] = 'Blocking';
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28$string['component'] = 'Component';
29$string['corecomponent'] = 'Core';
309ae892 30$string['default'] = 'Default';
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31$string['disabled'] = 'Disabled';
32$string['disabled_help'] = 'Disabled scheduled tasks are not executed from cron, however they can still be executed manually via the CLI tool.';
309ae892 33$string['edittaskschedule'] = 'Edit task schedule: {$a}';
38fa1ca5 34$string['enablerunnow'] = 'Allow &lsquo;Run now&rsquo; for scheduled tasks';
35$string['enablerunnow_desc'] = 'Allows administrators to run a single scheduled task immediately, rather than waiting for it to run as scheduled. The task runs on the web server, so some sites may wish to disable this feature to avoid potential performance issues.';
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36$string['faildelay'] = 'Fail delay';
37$string['lastruntime'] = 'Last run';
38$string['nextruntime'] = 'Next run';
18247eb0 39$string['plugindisabled'] = 'Plugin disabled';
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40$string['pluginname'] = 'Scheduled task configuration';
41$string['resettasktodefaults'] = 'Reset task schedule to defaults';
fcca760a 42$string['resettasktodefaults_help'] = 'This will discard any local changes and revert the schedule for this task back to its original settings.';
38fa1ca5 43$string['runnow'] = 'Run now';
44$string['runnow_confirm'] = 'Are you sure you want to run this task &lsquo;{$a}&rsquo; now? The task will run on the web server and may take some time to complete.';
309ae892 45$string['scheduledtasks'] = 'Scheduled tasks';
f12f3416 46$string['scheduledtaskchangesdisabled'] = 'Modifications to the list of scheduled tasks have been prevented in Moodle configuration';
18247eb0 47$string['taskdisabled'] = 'Task disabled';
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48$string['taskscheduleday'] = 'Day';
49$string['taskscheduleday_help'] = 'Day of month field for task schedule. The field uses the same format as unix cron. Some examples are:<br/><ul><li><strong>*</strong> Every day</li><li><strong>*/2</strong> Every 2nd day</li><li><strong>1</strong> The first of every month</li><li><strong>1,15</strong> The first and fifteenth of every month</li></ul>';
50$string['taskscheduledayofweek'] = 'Day of week';
51$string['taskscheduledayofweek_help'] = 'Day of week field for task schedule. The field uses the same format as unix cron. Some examples are:<br/><ul><li><strong>*</strong> Every day</li><li><strong>0</strong> Every Sunday</li><li><strong>6</strong> Every Saturday</li><li><strong>1,5</strong> Every Monday and Friday</li></ul>';
52$string['taskschedulehour'] = 'Hour';
53$string['taskschedulehour_help'] = 'Hour field for task schedule. The field uses the same format as unix cron. Some examples are:<br/><ul><li><strong>*</strong> Every hour</li><li><strong>*/2</strong> Every 2 hours</li><li><strong>2-10</strong> Every hour from 2am until 10am (inclusive)</li><li><strong>2,6,9</strong> 2am, 6am and 9am</li></ul>';
54$string['taskscheduleminute'] = 'Minute';
55$string['taskscheduleminute_help'] = 'Minute field for task schedule. The field uses the same format as unix cron. Some examples are:<br/><ul><li><strong>*</strong> Every minute</li><li><strong>*/5</strong> Every 5 minutes</li><li><strong>2-10</strong> Every minute between 2 and 10 past the hour (inclusive)</li><li><strong>2,6,9</strong> 2 6 and 9 minutes past the hour</li></ul>';
56$string['taskschedulemonth'] = 'Month';
57$string['taskschedulemonth_help'] = 'Month field for task schedule. The field uses the same format as unix cron. Some examples are:<br/><ul><li><strong>*</strong> Every month</li><li><strong>*/2</strong> Every second month</li><li><strong>1</strong> Every January</li><li><strong>1,5</strong> Every January and May</li></ul>';