Have you tried adding a flush() statement in at certain points? Perhaps put one in after every page is processed. Technically this is designed for browsers, but perhaps it will help here. It will most likely slow things down, but if it works, then you can adjust it from there (like every 10 pages or so).
As another long shot, you may try using clearstatcache() also. You don't want to cache any files you are processing, but PHP may be doing this anyway.

On Thursday, March 13, 2003, at 02:59 PM, Nicholas Fitzgerald wrote:

Actually, that was the first thing I thought of. So I set set_time_limit(0); right at the top of the script. Is it possible there is another setting for this in php.ini that I also need to deal with? I have other scripts running and I don't want to have an unlimited execution time on all of them.


Brent Baisley
Systems Architect
Landover Associates, Inc.
Search & Advisory Services for Advanced Technology Environments
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