Well, the reason I didn't do that at first was that I could have done any of
the methods that I've tried incorrectly, which is why I figured I'd ask what
works and then focus on that method... but, I've tried to ping them, use
fopen, and use fsocketopen... but nothing says that I've used any of them
the way I should have :) I also tried to use the scripts that I found at
hotscripts.com but I always seem to get inconsistent results and it must be
"Jason Wong" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> On Saturday 30 November 2002 06:53, Rob Packer wrote:
> > First, I'd like to say that I'm not asking for anyone to write a
> > how would I go about checking a MySQL database of links to see if any
> > down?
> > I've had some varying results with all the methods I've tried, so would
> > like to see if anyone has a proven method for doing this.
> Why don't you briefly summarise what methods you have tried? That way
> won't reply with methods that you already know of.
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