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Backup bug [message #167414] Mon, 18 June 2012 01:05 Go to next message
Atomicrun is currently offline  Atomicrun   Sweden
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My backup (admdump.php) failed to work Confused . It simply stopped at "... Files..".
Editing a print line for each file, to search for the problem, also removed the bug.
It seams to be that the server/client connection simply died. Printing something, anything, to keep alive the connection could help Smile .

On my server, processing the "files" take approx 20 min. Laughing
Re: Backup bug [message #167424 is a reply to message #167414] Mon, 18 June 2012 10:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It's probably some sort of PHP or HTTP timeout.
Try to clean-up some of the old temp/backup files to speed-up the backup.
Re: Backup bug [message #167486 is a reply to message #167424] Sun, 01 July 2012 12:39 Go to previous message
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NOTE: I have an extremely super-slow server! I also have a rather large number of uploaded files.
But note, that if your server is 1E04 times faster, but have 1E04 times more files, the backup will still take an hour, and the php might kill the script. Recommended to call some "update" routine after each processed file, that print one HTML space-char each minute.
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