[FX.php List] Problem with clients iis install

Gjermund Gusland Thorsen ggt667 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 20 04:53:50 MDT 2010

DNS error?

2010/3/20 Andrew Denman <adenman at tmea.org>:
> This sounds suspiciously like a network issue, especially if the FMS/IIS
> server the same exact one, just moved.
> The only time i've gotten timeout messages in PHP are when FMS took a long
> time to respond and exceeded the PHP timeout. In my case, it was doing a
> complex find with lots of relational data.  A slow or bad connection between
> the computers could also prevent the web server from receiving a response in
> a timely manner.
> An easy way to see if you're hitting the PHP timeout is to change it and see
> if it takes longer to get the error or completes the
> page: http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.set-time-limit.php (A note if
> you're using fastCGI: you may also have to edit the fastCGI settings, as it
> has it's own time limit.)
> On Mar 19, 2010, at 5:45 PM, Bob Patin wrote:
> Good question, and one I hadn't tried...
> Right now it's totally geeked and I get this when I return the errorCode:
> No action taken
> But when it's actually working, albeit slowly, it just times out.
> When I change the IP to a bad one, I get a Fatal error, the type you see
> when a connection isn't made (like I had with my other client the other day
> when she was using the wrong version of PHP w/FMSA 9).
> BP
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> On Mar 19, 2010, at 5:42 PM, Dale Bengston wrote:
> I'd be casting a jaundiced eye on routers and other network hardware. What
> happens if you intentionally break your connection to the IIS server? For
> instance, putting in the wrong IP? Does it fail the same way?
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