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From "Kevin M. Shortt" <>
Subject mod_rewrite/Timeout question.
Date Thu, 14 Feb 2002 03:17:38 GMT

Hi All, 

I would like to try something tricky. But am not
sure if it can be done.

I currently have a scenario where a pdf file gets created
when a link is clicked. The pdf is dynamic and generated
by data that is queried from a DB. So, if the query is 
big enough, then the time it takes to generate it grows.
Once this time is past my "Timeout" value (currently set
to 300),  the connection is dropped.

I don't want to open up my Timeout value for one url on
my entire site. So I thought of an idea, if apache will allow 

Can the Timeout value be set for a particular url subset?

I was digging into mod_rewrite to see if it can do such 
work, but I couldn't find it. So I am now asking here..

Any thoughts to a better direction are welcome too.

Thanks for any input.


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