"Rusty Small" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Thanks for the help. I made the assumption that all data from each page
> being downloaded but it is not.
> I do have one other question. I've used microtime() to test how long it
> takes to download each page and have noticed that some pages may take as
> long as 45 seconds to download!!! I know that this lag is out of my
> as it is depends upon the status of the remote server. However, I would
> like to tell the script that if "x" amount of time has passed and the
> fopen() function is not complete then stop and move on. I've tried using
> while and if...else statements using microtime() as the timeout limit but
> didn't have any success. What kind of flow control mechanism should I use
> for this??
I have never done this give this is shot, try it it should work.
you can use passthru()/system() to call wget (you can specify the timeout in
wget) (wget will let u know the success or failure) and donwload the file in
a temporary folder. then you can use fopen to open the file.
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