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From Oscar Haeger <Oscar.Hae...@nbit.sigma.se>
Subject [users@httpd] max_execution_time in php?
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 13:40:31 GMT
Hi.
I'm a bit curious about php and the max_execution_time. The reason I'm 
asking is
because I can't seem to increase it over 30 sec which is the default if 
I'm not
misstaken?
I've edited the file php.ini located in /usr/local/lib/ on my machine and
restarted the webserver but I still get hit by the 30sec time limit. Is there
some other config-file that would affect this?
I had a look in httpd.conf but the Timeout directive there is set to 300sec so
that doesn't appear to be the correct place either.

Any input about this will be very appreciated.

Oscar

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