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From Leonardo <>
Subject [users@httpd] Buffering Output to Disk
Date Sun, 30 May 2010 15:10:13 GMT
Hi, everyone. I have a PHP script that is a huge content generator,
and it's making my server run out of memory very often, because the
content is generated faster than the user can download it, I guess. So
I assume that it's buffering the output on memory. My question is if
there's any way Apache would buffer the script output on disk, not on
RAM. I don't want to cache the output. It must be generated at every
user request. What can I do?


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