Hmm, I haven't heard of such a thing. That's kinda weird though because just yesterday 
I modified my timeout settings for my script that parses logfiles that are several 
thousand lines long, and it worked. Did you perhaps forget to reboot the server? If 
you have my suggestion is perhaps taking a look at FoxServ, it is a very good server 
that auto configures itself on your machine with apache and the whole lot.   

----- Original Message -----
From: Kim Bauters
Sent: Saturday, June 15, 2002 5:55 AM
Subject: [PHP] PHP timeout

I'm running PHP script that check for the existance of certain pages on the
web. The problem is that fopen to check for the existance of a page and this
seems to consume time. It has to check for a nuber of pages, conforming to a
certain pattern. This pattern is Ab#####

What I want to do is extend the time a script is allowed to run (because I
can only check 10 pages, then need to change the code for the next pages)
but I don't seem to be able to do this. I'm using Windows 2000 and PHP is
installed on my IIS server. In the file php.ini, the 2 timeout settings are
both changed from 30 to 300, but I keep on getting an error like "CGI script

Can anyone help?

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