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- lawrence k
August 18, 2007, 7:35 am
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This is weird. When I use getId3 to try to read meta tags out of
multimedia files, I get this error:
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /home/
getid3.lib.php on line 54
But if I run phpinfo(), I get this:
max_execution_time 95 95
and if I ssh to the server and look in php.ini, this is confirmed:
max_execution_time = 95 ; Maximum execution time of each script,
This is on a RackSpace server, running RedHat. It's got Plesk
Can anyone guess what is going on? Is there some place the settings in
php.ini can get over written or ignored?
Re: php.ini sets max time to 90 seconds, yet I get a "Max execution time of 30 seconds exceeded"
You may want to check your Apache config file. It is also
possible to set a CPU limit on the entire Apache process (which
would include your script execution). The Apache directive in
1.3.x is: RLimitCPU (that might be set to 30).
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