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From Brian Dessent <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] new to apache - need help with timeouts
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2003 07:32:39 GMT
> David Coleman wrote:

> Does anyone know how I can increase my timeouts on page generation?
> Halfway through the rowset, the page stops generating and returns to
> the browser cut off at whatever point the server (apache, PHP or
> MySQL, I dunno which) gave up and decided the page was taking too
> long.  It seems to be a 90 second timeout imbedded somewhere in my
> configuration, but I have no idea where to look to change this value
> to unlimited, or maybe to 600 seconds or something more reasonable for
> the hideous rowsets that my project is dealing with.

This sounds like a PHP problem.  Try this link:
<>.  You can either call that function
directly prior to executing the long transaction, or set it as a default
in php.ini.


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