No, but it doesn't take much (I'm more of a C programmer than a PHP
programmer).  Just write a
script that uses the same variable and keep assigning it new XML documents.
You'll memory
keeps getting bigger and bigger until the system falls apart.  This is what
happens when php runs under Apache.  To test it in stand alone mode (which is
how we debugged it) just put the
assignment in a loop.  It only took our system 10 seconds or so to break.

PS.  I forgot my password so I couldn't update the database.  When I asked it
to mail me my password it told me it was empty--but that doesn't work either.
I'll have to wait until I get my Visor back to discover what the password is
(if I set one--I don't remember).


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