If you want to run scripts on a scheduled basis, keep in mind the following:
1. Only our Cloud Turbo package support Cron Jobs
2. If you do not add >/dev/null 2>&1 at the end of the command, the server will send an email notification each time a cron job runs. While it may be useful for testing purposes and monitoring, if not attended, such emails will be accumulating in the email account specified in the Cron emailfield, and if it is one of your cPanel email accounts, they might cause issues with inodes usage.
3. Use a custom php.ini for the cron jobs:
i.e. /usr/local/bin/php -c customphp.ini bin/magento cron:run
4. To bypass disable_function:
i.e. /usr/local/bin/php -d disable_functions= bin/magento cron:run
NOTE: If your script does not generate any output, it is possible that notification emails are not sent either, however, the cron job is working.
In order to set up a cron job, go to cPanel > section Advanced > Cron Jobs menu: