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Serverbuddy Vs Server Php Core Conflict / Discrepancy


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#1 Guest_WebBizGuy_*

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 01:27 AM

Has anyone else seen or heard of a discrepancy between ServerBuddy & the actual Server Config Core ?

I have A WordPress blog with ServerBuddy installed.
  • ServerBuddy Plugin indicates : PHP_max_execution_time = 0 seconds
  • Server PHP Core shows : PHP_max_execution_time = 90 seconds
Any idea what could be causing the discrepancy ?
Any idea which one is actually correct ?

Any & all info regarding this would be helpful . . .

Thanks ~!

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#2 Elise Alley

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 04:03 PM

Hi WebBizGuy,

You might take a look at what Jeremy had to say on a similar post:  http://ithemes.com/forum/topic/26808-serverbuddy-memory-limit-check-pay-attention-to-local-value/  

There he's talking about the memory_limit, and not max_execution_time, but he does an excellent job of explaining how it all works.  Plus, if you look at your memory_limit on your server configurations and PHP Core configuration, you'll notice the same thing as discussed on the post! :)

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