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Socket connection problems

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I'm opening a remote file and trying to send it to the user. Let's
just say I have some files on a data server and I want my script to
act as a middleman between the data server and the end-user.

The problem is it stops around 6-7MB. What could it be?
Feb 9 '08 #1
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Try to catch the error in the script and save it in a file for reference.
It's possible that it's a timeout for the script execution or other limit.
Do as much checks as possible.

Feb 9 '08 #2

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On Feb 9, 2:23 pm, "www.j2be.com" <info@[nospam[j2be.comwrote:
Try to catch the error in the script and save it in a file for reference.
It's possible that it's a timeout for the script execution or other limit.
Do as much checks as possible.
Oh yeah :) why not?
Feb 9 '08 #3

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