Prevent 408 Request Timeout

Discussion in 'General' started by vkulov, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. vkulov

    vkulov New Member


    I'm having a 408 error on a script that is supposed to run for a long time (migration script).

    As far as I can tell Connection Timeout is going to kick in only if connection is inactive. But my script is echoing status so the connection is not inactive. Why do I get a 408 error then?

    Also is there a way I can tell litespeed not to give this error on one particular script (or directory). I don't want to increase Connection Timeout for all files on server. I just want my migration script to be allowed to run as long as I want.

  2. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    you can create another lsphp "Ext App", to associate with scripts on particular directory only. it's a bit complicated. detail steps please refer

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