Indeed. It's not a page taking too long to load, it's a user who sat
in 'edit' mode all morning, then clicked 'save'. Our site doesn't
allow ANON_EDIT, so that explains it. So far, despite a lot of
content, our page load times (minus images) have been under a minute,
even the biggest pages.
I'll dig into the php.ini file, and check the session timeout.
Another downside is that if any bad php process spawns connections
that time out, they'll take that much longer to timeout, and the
server will hang. No problem on a phpwiki-only server, but our
current server also runs a number of other php applications (which I
may offload to another system).
Thanks Reini (and Whit!).
At 2:57 PM -0800 3/25/04, phpwiki-talk-request@... wrote:
>Ah, I understand now!
>It could also be a session.timeout thing, which usually happens in
>webmail applications, when people spend too much time in the editbox and
>loose their session data and therefore their authlevel and userid then,
>when finally saving.
>You can either set ALLOW_ANON_EDIT (hackish workaround) or you have to
>enlarge the session timeout in php.ini
>At my ISP we use 20 minutes php session timeout for such kind of users.
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