After all of this, and you give me the wrong answer. If you read the PHP manual, you will see that set_time_limit falls defaults to max_execution_time, which I already have set to 2400, so your answer is irrelevant. That is not controlling HTTP_KEEP_ALIVE, which is defaulting to 300 seconds somewhere - probably httpd.conf.
Now who is lazy? On Wed, 05 Dec 2001 04:25:15 -0500, Fred wrote: > Sorry, I don't know where you are coming from. You don't know me, and > are assuming things that just aren't true, calling me lazy? > > Thank you for the info. Now to answer your accusation... > > I searched the newsgroups all day and never found that function, and > scoured php.net. I searched the PHP bugs forum. Sorry I missed that > one function in the 1,259 page PHP manual. I did find the other six > items I listed, which stumped a lot of other people, 100's of them in > fact, for many reasons. I tested and debugged that script. I posted it > for the benefit of others, as well as to give all info about my problem. > So, according to you, not only am I lazy, but I guess all the others > with the file upload problem must be lazy too. > > Is that work *your* definition of lazy? It isn't mine. > > If you want to help people, help them, otherwise, find something else to > do. > > I saw your post here in May asking for help. I guess you're glad someone > helped *you* when you asked here, hmm? > > On Wed, 05 Dec 2001 04:19:51 -0500, Mirek Novak wrote: > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]