Hi all,

I am trying to execute a shell command from PHP.  This command consumes
a lot of memory and execution time, so I changed max_execution_time =
120 and memory_limit = 256000000 in my php.ini.  Still, under PHP, the
command stops after some time (every time at the same point).  When I
execute the command from the command line, it finishes okay.

By the way, I am executing : 'fop <file.xml> <file.xsl> <file.pdf> |
logger' so I can monitor the output in /var/log/messages.  Fop is the
(Java) PDF generator from the Apache XML group.

Can anyone tell me if there is a built in memory limit in PHP (e.g. 16
meg), or does anyone have had the same phenomenon when running something
similar ?  Any comments are greatly appreciated...


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