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jimmyo
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Apache "Timeout" value

I am using CPanel with Linux and I am trying to find out the Apache "Timeout" value on my server.

Where can I find this ? and can I change the value?

 

Thanks,

Jim.

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Harryparmar
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Since it's a Shared Hosting you'll need to contact Godaddy for these.

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GaryA
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Hi @jimmyo.

It might not be exactly what you are looking for, but you can change the PHP max execution time using a php.ini file. There is a hard server limit that it can't exceed, but you can usually increase it up to about 300 seconds without issue.

You can either edit an existing php.ini file on your hosting plan, or create a new text file with the necessary lines in it, name it php.ini, and then upload it to your hosting plan.

^Gary

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jimmyo
Getting Started

Thanks.

If I set the value to 0, will this allow max?

 

Jim.

@jimmyo Setting it to 0 wouldn't allow for max. You'd want to increase it to allow more time for scripts to run. 

 

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jimmyo
Getting Started

thanks for all the feed back. I finally got through to support on phones and when I asked what the Apache "Timeout" value was, he didn't know what I was talking about.