If you want to upload large file, maybe you should consider maximum uploaded size. You can change setting in php.ini on line that contain * upload_max_filesize*.
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 5:13 AM, Chris Tapp <opensou...@keylevel.com> wrote: > I've got a Dokuwiki installation that is producing Apache errors saying > that the maximum execution time of 30 seconds has been exceeded. > > So, I went and changed max_execution_time in php.ini expecting that this > would solve the problem (which is due to large files taking a while to > upload over an ADSL connection). However, the error log still reports that > the old 30 second value is in use, even though Apache has been restarted. > > phpinfo() for the same site reports max_execution_time as 120 seconds, so > it seems as if the change to php.ini has been detected as expected. Is > there another setting that I need to consider? max_input_time is already > set to 60 seconds and there are no local 'php_value' Apache configuration > items fighting the ones in php.ini. > > PHP version is 5.3.2 and is running under a CentOS 6.0 system. > > Chris Tapp > > opensou...@keylevel.com > www.keylevel.com > > > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > -- Duken Marga