On 1/5/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I am using CURL to check pages outside my site on the internet for some
text, then I email someone on my database who supposedly looks after the
site. The script creates a process that does not terminate. It is running
on a scheduled cronjob so eventually my site has over the maximum of 20
processes running and it goes offline.
It may be that some of the pages I check are hard to get a response from, as
CURL tries to return the target URL. I have removed any emailing that it
does and still get the problem. Is there any way to check that a process is
not terminating after a reasonable time?
Get the php script to terminate after a certain amount of time.
You could also use this curl variable: CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT
in case it's a connection issue... see http://www.php.net/curl
I'd probably also try setting CURLOPT_VERBOSE to see if that reveals
the actual problem rather than guessing.
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