> Unfortunately, without access to the mod_fcgid configuration you are
> at the mercy of the timeout or max requests variables defined by the
> administrator. That is why it appears to take so long for your scripts
> to update.

This is not exactly true. If you have an access to server's shell via ssh or 
console, you can terminate running fcgi processes using shell command 'kill'. 

If your fastcgi processes are running under python, you can run 'pkill python' 
to finish them without waiting until timeout occurs. 

Best regards
Anton Khalikov
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