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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:May 19 2005 12:55pm
Subject:RE: Cron
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> Here is my cron command set to run every minute.
> cd /opt/lampp/htdocs/eventum/misc; /opt/lampp/bin/php -q
> download_emails.php support INBOX; /opt/lampp/bin/php -q
> download_emails.php --fix-lock
> The reason I have set it to run every minute is that the job only
> fetches one mail at a time and then locks-up. Hence the unlock
> procedure.
> Q: Is there a reason for it not fetching all the mail and locking like
> it does?
> Q: If there is how do I fix it and not have a sloppy cron fix 
> like I do?

Yeah, the reason is probably related to PHP's memory_limit setting. By
default it is set to 8 megabytes, I believe, so a somewhat large email
message (or even 2 small email messages) might increase the memory usage
above this limit, killing this script.

What you need to do is to remove that --fix-lock for now, to see if the
following fix will work correctly:

- open download_emails.php and add this line:

  ini_set("memory_limit", "512M");


CronJohn Mitchell19 May
  • RE: CronJoao Prado Maia19 May
Re: Cronbart19 May
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