A cron table manager bundle for Symfony2

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Type: symfony-bundle

v2.6.1 2015-03-19 10:28 UTC


It is a bundle that provides a web interface for managing cron table.

Build Status


  • Displays cron table with time expression, command, output file, error file and comment
  • Can guess last execution time and status (based on log files)
  • Can display log files
  • Support edit/add cron entry
  • Includes shortcuts to easily get common time expression, symfony command and symfony log directory
  • Translated in english, french and german


Cron list

Cron form

Cron output

Installation and configuration:

Get the bundle

If you are using Symfony 2.1 and more

Add BCCCronManagerBundle to your composer.json:

In 2.1/2.2 :

    "bcc/cron-manager-bundle": "2.2.*@dev"

In 2.3 :

    "bcc/cron-manager-bundle": "v2.3.0"

In 2.4 (Twitter Bootrap 2.*) :

    "bcc/cron-manager-bundle": "v2.4.0"

In 2.4 (Twitter Bootrap 3.*) :

    "bcc/cron-manager-bundle": "v2.4.1"

In 2.6 and more :

    "bcc/cron-manager-bundle": "v2.6.*"

For Bootstrap 3 and symfony less than 2.6, do not forget to add your own Less filter like this in your config.yml :

            node:       %node%
            node_paths: [%node_paths%]
            apply_to: "\.less$"

Now tell composer to download the bundle by running the command:

php composer.phar update bcc/cron-manager-bundle
If you are using Symfony 2.0.x

Add to your /deps file :


And make a php bin/vendors install.

Register the namespace (only for Symfony 2.0.x)

    // app/autoload.php
        'BCC' => __DIR__.'/../vendor/bundles',
        // your other namespaces

Add BCCCronManagerBundle to your application kernel


    // app/AppKernel.php
    public function registerBundles()
        return array(
            // ...
            new BCC\CronManagerBundle\BCCCronManagerBundle(),
            // ...

Import the routing configuration

Add to your routing.yml:

#BCCCronManager routing
    resource: "@BCCCronManagerBundle/Resources/config/routing.xml"
    prefix:   /cron-manager

You can customize the prefix as you wish.

Import the Assetic configuration

Add the Assetic configuration file to the imports section of your config.yml:

    - { resource: @BCCCronManagerBundle/Resources/config/assetic.yml }