Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded
democracy207 said 1 year, 4 months ago:
Why does my site time out more often than not?!?
I get some variant on this message on a big white screen:
Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in D:Hosting[LOCATION] on line [####]
FYI: “Ultimate” 4GH / Windows / running Wordpress…
…happens in all browsers…
mike42 said 1 year, 4 months ago:
If you are getting timeout errors, you may want to increase your max_execution_time in your php.ini file (or php5.ini if you are using PHP5). This may stop the error you are seeing when trying to load your site. You may want to do a search engine search if you are unsure of how to script this file.
Hope that helps.
sweepbook said 1 year, 3 months ago:
Getting the same error even after adding the php5.ini file. Question though, since Godaddy is not much help in this case.
I have Wordpress installed on a sub directory, http://www.sweepbook.com/rate-this/ and the shared hosting is used by 2 of my domains, the main domain creditcompare.co.za is working great, sweepbook.com is my second domain on my hosting plan. So where do I install the php5.ini file, in my root directory of creditcompare.co.za or in the sweepbook.com root directory?
Baillee said 1 year, 3 months ago:
You would want to put that ini file in the directory for the specific aliased domain, so the directory that sweepbook.com is pointing to.
Hope this helps!
hetrozen said 1 year, 1 month ago:
I am also facing the above issue for my joomla application.
every time i am getting Maximum execution time of 30 sec reached.
Hosting : 4GH Deluxe Windows Hosting.
can you please let me know where to place the php.ini file
after placing the will it take immediate effect ot we need to wait for few day for it to take effect.
as i have seen in few blogs we need to restart the apache server after placing the file to take effect . but not sure how it is going to happend for my hosting.
Gary A said 1 year, 1 month ago:
You will want to place the php.ini file in the root of your hosting plan. If you are using PHP on a Windows plan, you are likely using PHP5. If you are using PHP5, you will need to name the file php5.ini. This article explains how you can make the php.ini file take effect quickly: