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I have a website configured for Web Station - Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.4 are set, php times are set to 480s and I get a 60s timeout message with nginx. Has anyone had a similar situation?
 

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Hi

I have a website configured for Web Station - Apache 2.4 and PHP 7.4 are set, php times are set to 480s and I get a 60s timeout message with nginx. Has anyone had a similar situation?
What and how is configured here? Any firewall restrictions?
 
Hi,

Settings in the attachment.

There are no restrictions on the firewall.
 

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Hello Kajetan and other enthusiasts,

Did you figure out what was missing. I'm searching on and off for the same answer but was never able to solve it.
So I'm trying this again.
My configuration is Apache 2.4 with PHP8.0 on a DS414
What I'm experiencing is, when I start a request on the webpage, I also get a timeout after 60 seconds.
Calling the same PHP function from a C# httpclient has the same result.
The process that is started running on PHP is continuing as planned and ends in a normal way after about 3 minutes.
So I expect it's not a timeout on PHP.
The settings i've changed are:

/usr/local/etc/apache24/conf/extra/httpd-default.conf
Timeout 600

/usr/local/etc/php80/cli/php.ini
[core]
default_socket_timeout = 600

Do you have any suggestions.
I can't run docker on a DS414, otherwise I had done this already.
 

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