The fact is that no errors are created at all.
Neither inside XF, nor in the web server logs. All clear.
The task is performed, as expected, once a minute. php /var/www/user/data/www/site_address/cmd.php xf:run-jobs >/dev/null 2>&1
Where are you expecting the sitemap file to be generated once it has been run?
What is the output of php -v if you run it manually? Does it return the expected PHP version? We'd typically recommend executing, for example, /full/path/to/bin/php /full/path/to/www/cmd.php xf-run-jobs.
Are there any issues executing other jobs or cron entries as far as you know?
If you run the full command yourself (without the >/dev/null 2>&1) what is the output?
My garden head. Apparently, a hard working week makes itself felt...
I recently changed the forum domain name. And in the scheduler command I forgot to make changes and the map was created, but in the folder with the old copy of the forum.
I apologize for the false information. I'm so ashamed.