If so that would be totally shitty (in the respects of effecienty)
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> I am running IIS 5.0 Windows 2000 Server. Changes made to the ini take
effect immediately. So it seems that php in Windows and IIS reloads the ini
every time a page is requested?
> Charles Killmer
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> From: "Joe Webster" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2002 15:46:32 -0500
> no you need to restart apache to change an in setting. So it loads the
> settings once per server start (at least with apache).
> "Charlesk" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > Does PHP parse the ini file every time a file is requested? I am trying
> to track down a problem on various pages where the timelimit will expire.
> These are not complex pages and when I go to them they work fine.
> > I have used the same browser that the user eses when the timeout occurs.
> Nothing strange for me.
> > I have looked at the line that the error log specifies and it is just
> random lines. sometimes it is a '}'. As if the script just ran out of
> on that line. BTW '}' is the closing of an if statement so it isnt stuck
> a loop. And when I go to the page I make sure to use the same querystring
> that the user sent.
> > Another thought, is the php engine slowed by users with a slow
> > Charles Killmer
> > NetgainTechnology.com
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