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Dokuwiki timing out when saving moderately large file or editing config
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houshuang #1
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Subject: Dokuwiki timing out when saving moderately large file or editing config
I use DokuWiki extensively in my PhD research to take notes - it is hosted on the built-in Apache in OSX Lion, only used by me (localhost). It's always worked great, but recently it started having problems saving larger files (even more than just a few paragraphs - we're not talking _huge_ files here at all!), and I am also not able to save the config. At both times, it loads for a good while, and then just times out. No PHP error, no error in the Apache log... ("Localhost took too long to respond). It could have something to do with php restriction on execution time but a) I tried upping it, and b) This was never a problem before, everything was super-snappy.

I am really really eager to solve this, as I need to use this wiki on a daily basis. Any help would be much appreciated! I am happy to send any kind of documentation or logs that you might need to help me.

thank you!
Stian
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houshuang #2
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I tried installing XDebug and WebGrind, but it only outputs when save is successful, when save is not successful, I guess it never reaches the command to stop and write the file, so there is no output...

I also tried to disable Suhosin with

[suhosin]
; Misc Options
suhosin.simulation = On

in my php.ini, seemingly also to no avail.
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Michitux #3
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Is this still an issue? I'm wondering if it is actually a problem in DokuWiki or in your webserver configuration. Is the PHP configuration option "display_errors" on? Because then you should be able to see the timeout of PHP (set it to a smaller value in order to be sure to see the PHP timeout before your browser gives up).
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