Some kind of timeout on pages in apache per requests?

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Some kind of timeout on pages in apache per requests?

Postby 133794m3r » 12. May 2010 15:41

It seems as though there is some variable hidden away in there that's makeing it so that if i request x number of pages per minute it just well stops me. Since right now i'm checking various things and then going and seein gif they work i somteimes change a page upwards of 5 times in under 30 seconds to see if my problem's been fixed properly and for some reason... php doesn't parse the page. And i get a dialogue of "would you like to save this php document?" I don't know where this setting is inside of lampp but if anyone knows where it is i'd like to turn it off so long as i'm still doing local testing since it's beginning to make my life rather more complex than what it needs to be.
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Re: Some kind of timeout on pages in apache per requests?

Postby Altrea » 12. May 2010 16:11

do you have some sample code, to reproduce the problem?
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Re: Some kind of timeout on pages in apache per requests?

Postby JonB » 18. May 2010 05:32

it might be a cache issue, why don't you force nocache?

http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum21/10628.htm

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